T.J. Maxx Coming to Southbury

Will fill spot that was once used by Borders books.

, a favorite among discount shoppers, will be filling the vacant Borders building in the Southbury Plaza.

Southhaven Associates, LLC, owners of the Southbury Plaza, made the announcement this week.

 T.J. Maxx, which is owned by TJX Companies, will fill about 22,000 square feet of space.

Work will start immediately and the store is expected to open in early spring, according to a Southhaven Associates press release.

T.J. Maxx sells brand name clothes, women's shoes and home goods at discounted prices, and it runs about 890 stores in 48 states.

“We are excited about bringing T.J. Maxx to Southbury Plaza,” said Southhaven executive, Christopher Gatto. “The opening of T.J. Maxx will create an additional retail opportunity for area shoppers, and the new store will also fit nicely within our existing tenant mix,” he said. “We take great pride in our center and we strive to seek out tenants that will add value to our center, and to the local community.”

T.J. Maxx is the most recent of several additions to the shopping center. Premier Wine and Spirits opened a new store in October and opened earlier this month.

The Southbury Shopping Plaza is at the intersection of Main Street North and Main Street South.  Other tenants include , Kmart, , Radio Shack, and AT&T. 

MaryAnn Benevenuto December 29, 2011 at 07:54 PM
QPQ:My point is that there was NO LYING involved - that was I believe your accusation back in Sept. revise revise and revise again....You're using some really fancy words here- not sure I can keep up with you
Jack Schitt December 29, 2011 at 10:44 PM
Jack Schitt December 29, 2011 at 10:46 PM
What a bunch of morons you two are.
Stop the madness December 30, 2011 at 12:17 AM
JS - with a name like that, the question comes to mind just who the moron is. Also, two does not a bunch make. Moron.
Gary Pruzinsky December 30, 2011 at 01:39 PM
A little off subject question... which snow plow contractor raised his fee from $95 to $125 an hour, because they were upset of the bidding policy?


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