Plans for Freehold Raceway Mall vacant house
The homeowners of the Freehold Raceway Mall have plans for vacant areas as soon as occupied by the Lord & Taylor and Nordstrom malls.
Thomas P. Costello, Mike Davis and David P. Willis, Asbury Park Press
FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP – Ocean State Job Lot, a reduction retailer, is opening once more in Monmouth County.
The corporate, which closed its Shrewsbury retailer in 2019, opens its new location on Trotters Method, throughout from Freehold Raceway Mall, at the moment at 9 a.m.
It has bought and transformed the 44,784-square-foot former Toys R Us retailer. The toy retailer filed for chapter in 2017, shuttering all of its remaining shops.
Ocean State Job Lot, which has 5 different shops in New Jersey, sells identify model and close-out merchandise at low cost costs.
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The altering number of objects embrace family items, attire, pet provides, seasonal merchandise, kitchen pantry staples and connoisseur and specialty meals objects.
It “could be discontinued merchandise from another store, from another location, from a different retailer that will give it to us at a discounted rate,” mentioned Jeff Greene, the Freehold retailer’s workforce chief.
“We can provide a great value for our people, for our customers.”
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The Freehold Township retailer comes about two years after it closed its profitable retailer on Newman Springs Highway in Shrewsbury, a call made on account of a dispute with the owner.
“It’s a beautiful location,” Greene informed What’s Going There throughout a pre-opening tour on Monday.
The shop is subsequent to Bob’s Low cost Furnishings and Residence Depot. It is usually very near a Massive Heaps, which can also be a reduction retailer.
Ocean State Job Lot fills one of many final remaining vacant Toys R Us shops in Monmouth and Ocean Counties. Others are actually occupied by Burlington in Toms River; The Goodwill Retailer in Hazlet; and an Amazon Contemporary grocery store, which has not been formally confirmed by Amazon, in Eatontown.
David P. Willis, an award-winning enterprise author, has lined enterprise and shopper information on the Asbury Park Press for greater than 20 years. He writes APP.com’s What’s Going There column and will be reached at [email protected] Be a part of his What’s Going There web page on Fb for updates.