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Herberger's taps Maplewood for new clearance center store

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A shopping center near Maplewood Mall has landed a new, 27,000 square-foot Herberger's Clearance Center, the retailer announced Tuesday.

The Bon-Ton Stores Inc., Herberger's York, Pa.-based parent, said the company's fourth Herberger's Clearance Center would debut at Birch Run Station Shopping Center in Maplewood next month.

"We are pleased to announce the opening of our fourth free-standing clearance center," Bon-Ton CEO Brendan Hoffman said in a statement. "The store in the Birch Run Station Shopping Center will feature a wide-assortment of clearance merchandise from women's, men's and children's apparel, shoes, handbags and home items, all offered at terrific values.

"We believe consumers in the area will appreciate this new addition to the Herberger's shopping experience."

The 25-year-old Birch Run Station is a 278,347-square-foot "community center" mall located west of Simon Property Group's Maplewood Mall along Beam Avenue. Owned by Los Angeles-based RPD Catalyst LLC and managed by Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq, it is anchored by Burlington Coat Factory, JoAnne Fabrics and Marshalls.

C&W/NorthMarq listed 44,320 square feet as vacant last month, with the largest contiguous vacant space at 27,000 square feet. The property was being offered for a lease rate of $14/sf/year.

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