With the 50,000 square-foot store, T.J.Maxx offers designer and brand name fashion for women, men, teens, kids and baby for up to 60% off department store prices, every day.
HomeGoods is bringing its supermarket-style, discount home design shopping to Georgetown this fall.
“I am pleased to confirm that we are expecting to open a HomeGoods and T.J. Maxx combo store in the M Street location sometime in September,” Doreen Thompson, vice president at HomeGoods parent company TJX, wrote in an e-mail.
Going from once a cavernous indoor mall that has had a lot of empty storefronts for the past few years to a fab combination of the two stores!
Imagine a large store offering shopping carts to push up and down the aisles of trendy ikat pillows, capiz shell bathroom accessories, jeweled frames, preserved boxwood balls, turquoise garden stools and orange ceramic lamps.
You can't go wrong!