The stores are listed among the tenants in The Plaza at Lake Park on Northlake Boulevard, and representatives confirmed their plans to open this week. They will join a Chick-Fil-A restaurant and Staples in the shopping center where a Kmart and a Rooms To Go have closed in the past two years.
Hobby Lobby hasn’t set an opening date, but the goal is August, Hobby Lobby Communications Coordinator Bob Miller said in a statement. Details about the square footage haven’t been released, but most stores are 55,000-square-feet and bring 35 to 50 jobs to the area, he said.
The retailer selling arts and crafts supplies and home decor opened a Royal Palm Beach store in January. The next-closest store is in Boca Raton.
A 45,000-square-foot Burlington store will open August 18, according to the company. Burlington is a national off-price retailer selling clothing, accessories, sportswear and family footwear. There’s another, 55,000-square-foot Burlington in West Palm Beach in the Westward Shopping Center on Okeechobee Boulevard just west of I-95.
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