Marshalls moving from Centerville to Sugarcreek Twp.

Off-price retailer Marshalls will open its news location in Sugarcreek Twp. after closing its Centerville store late next week. MARK FISHER/STAFF

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Off-price retailer Marshalls will open its news location in Sugarcreek Twp. after closing its Centerville store late next week. MARK FISHER/STAFF

New store set to hold grand opening event on May 26

SUGARCREEK TWP. — Off-price retailer Marshall is opening a new location in Sugarcreek Twp. after closing its Centerville store.

The new 28,780-square-foot storefront at 4317 Feedwire Road is scheduled to hold a grand opening event on May 26. Hours that day are advertised as 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Located next to PetSmart and Target in the Sugarcreek Crossing shopping center, it will replace the Marshalls at 101 E. Alex-Bell Road in Centerville’s Cross Pointe Shopping Center.

Marshalls, which offers brand name and designer merchandise for men, women and children, footwear, beauty, accessories, and home merchandise, operates more than 1,100 stores in 48 states, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico.

The new Sugarcreek Twp. store will offer “an ever-changing selection of high-quality, on-trend, and brand-name merchandise,” Marshalls President Tim Miner said in a release.

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“Our buyers create a broad and exciting mix that offers exceptional values for the entire family, and we’re excited to bring this experience to a new neighborhood,” Miner said. “With thousands of new items delivered to our stores every day, we know our shoppers will find unbelievable values every time they shop.”

The new store will offer single-queue checkout for faster shopping. Store hours will be 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday to Saturday and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday.

In celebration of its new location, which fill a storefront vacated by Fresh Thyme Market in 2019, Marshalls will contribute to the local community by donating $10,000 to Hannah’s Treasure Chest. Marshalls also has national and local partnerships with charitable organizations around the country including JDRF, Alzheimer’s Association and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

The chain, which also owns T.J. Maxx and HomeGoods, has multiple years remaining on its lease of the 21,000-square-foot storefront at Cross Pointe, according to Scott Wright, property manager of Don Wright Realty, which owns the shopping center.

“Being a landlord, I can’t even make plans on something new if they’re still under lease in May because I’d be violating their lease,” he said. “But we’re a local owner and we’re very active in leasing. We currently enjoy a 92% occupancy in our center, so I’m sure we’ll be able to backfill it.”

Marshalls isn’t the only store to exit Cross Pointe this year. Style Encore did so in February.

Cross Pointe added restaurant Greek Street on May 15. RachelBakes & Co announced plans in April to relocate this year to the Centerville shopping center from Beavercreek.

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