FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — Homesense, part of the TJX family of brands, will open its newest store in Jacksonville, Fla., on Nov. 2.
The store opening is on the heels of a pair of Oct. 26 ribbon cuttings in Fort Myers, Fla., and Virginia Beach, Va. With the opening of these three locations, Homesense boasts 55 showrooms.
The Jacksonville store is located at the Riverplace Shopping Center, while Fort Myers’ showroom is in Gulf Coast Town Center. The Virginia Beach store is located in Landstown Commons.
All three off-price home stores feature a wide array of furniture, a Rug Emporium, a wall art and mirror gallery, an extensive lighting department including chandeliers and a General Store section with a selection of project supplies. Customers also can shop for seasonal items, including décor and entertaining essentials, all at prices 20% to 50% less than full-price retailers, including department and specialty stores.
“Homesense makes curating your dream space even more attainable with its exceptional selection of incredible, quality pieces sold at great values,” said John Ricciuti, president of HomeGoods and Homesense in the U.S. “We are thrilled that those in the Jacksonville community can look to Homesense for a standout shopping experience and unlock unlimited design possibilities in their homes.”
In celebration of its new store location in Jacksonville, Homesense will contribute to the Jacksonville community by presenting a $10,000 donation to Habitat for Humanity of Jacksonville, considered to be one of the most successful Habitat for Humanity affiliates in the United States, having provided homeownership opportunities and other housing services to more than 2,300 families.
In Virginia Beach, Homesense contributed a $10,000 donation to Help and Emergency Response, Inc. (H.E.R. Shelter), an organization that has provided a multi-faceted program for victims of domestic violence for over 15 years. In Fort Myers, it presented a $10,000 donation to Homeless Veteran Housing whose mission is to help veterans lift themselves out of poverty, and then in turn, reach back, and help veterans do the same.