The Castro Village Shopping Center will be welcoming a new retail store (hopefully) next spring.
Construction for discount retailer, T.J. Maxx, has already started. According to a San Francisco Business Times article, the mall’s owner Randy Nahas says the project is costing “well over” $1 million to build the 25,000 square-foot store.
This project will add 50 more parking spaces to the shopping center.
By adding T.J. Maxx, local clients will have more of a reason to stay in town to shop with a good variety of stores.
T.J. Maxx will have an official groundbreaking ceremony on Friday.