Tuesday, January 3, 2017

T.J.Maxx/HomeGoods to Join West Towne Lineup

By Armando Landin

Three possible retailers have been revealed for the upcoming West Towne Marketplace in El Paso.

A T.J.Maxx/HomeGoods store is slated to open at West Towne Marketplace, under construction in West El Paso. (River Oaks Properties)

A T.J.Maxx/HomeGoods store will be joining the lineup and is expected to be one of the larger anchors for the 500,000 square foot retail center under construction at the corner of Desert North Boulevard and Paseo del Norte on the West Side.

According to City documents, the store will span 42,000 square feet.

In addition, Petsmart and Rack Room Shoes should also have new locations at the center, according to City permits, with 18,000 and 6,500 square foot stores, respectively.

(Previously: Cabela's Coming to West El Paso)

A fourth store, Ross Dress for Less, may also open up at the center, according to a recently posted video showing a virtual tour of the site (below). There has been no official word from any of these retailers regarding their new locations.



In October 2016, Cabela's was the first confirmed retailer for West Towne Marketplace. The development was announced earlier that year, in February.

(Previously: ‘West Towne Marketplace’ to bring 500,000 Square Foot Retail Center to West El Paso)

Officials have not announced opening dates for any of these stores while the West Towne center has a target opening date of late 2017 or early 2018. River Oaks Properties of El Paso is developing the site.

15 comments:

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    1. Forget about Cosco I don't see any big place for a Cosco in the West town floor plan. In El Paso is just about Walmart Walmart and Walmart. Why we don't call it West town Walmartplace cause the biggest space in the floor plan is for Walmart. And then, we have the Outlets in one side and Sunland Park Mall in the other side. Are they gonna bring us more of the same? I know stores have their requirements in order to open a store in a city like IKEA that doesn't open a store in the population is not big enough. But at least try the best with some other stores that we don't have in El Paso. For example Bon-Ton, Goodys , Vones, Gordmans, The Booksmith, Fun-est Toy Store Ever!, or Lego store etc, etc. Listen to El Pasoans request please! if not is kind of pointless to have another Marketplace.

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  2. Good job in bringing different stores....lets stop cloning and welcome diversity!

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    1. I sooooo agree with you. It sure would be great to have some diversity.

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    2. Turns out they did just clone the same stores we already have. We get a Walmart, and a Ross, and another PetSmart. No new anything, other than Cabela's

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  3. The introduction to the video looks like entering Fort Bliss National Cemetery with that roundabout, then during the video everyone looks to be dead or in slow motion. OK Zombie Apocalypse! headstones have been replaced with Signage signs.
    At 500,000 square foot all that is missing on the Westside is a Cheesecake Factory! 'Cough' 'cough' Meyers Group! Can you please bring me my cheese cake to my window seat table please?

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  4. We need a TARGET in far west El Paso :)

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  5. Cheesecake Factory would be nice to have too.

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  6. Cheesecake factory soooo overrated.

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  8. And then in the end it turns out they're all the same stores we have all over El Paso. Another Walmart, another Ross, another PetSmart, Chipotle....

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