New retail is on the way to Cypress Creek Town Center, located west of the Interstate 75 interchange, on the north side of State Road 56.
Across the road, Tampa Premium Outlets will add a new big box store – the At Home Décor Superstore.
Construction on the infrastructure for the new shops is in early stages.
Berry Construction has obtained permits for Burlington (formerly Burlington Coat Factory), Earth Fare grocery store, Home Goods, and Five Below, for Cypress Creek Town Center.
A representative for Sierra Properties, which is developing the site, couldn’t be reached for comment.
Permits are for parcels located along Sierra Center Boulevard, which already is populated with restaurants and shops.
Ford’s Garage, Mellow Mushroom, Men’s Wearhouse, Pollo Tropical, Chuy’s Tex Mex, Great Clips and Bahama Breeze are among existing tenants.
A 130-room Hyatt Place Hotel & Conference is nearing completion.
At Home Décor Superstore is under construction on an outparcel, off Grand Cypress Drive at the outlet mall, which is being developed by Simon Property Group. The store will be directly behind the Costco Warehouse Store.
Advertising on the exterior of a parked Home Décor truck touts a summer 2018 opening.
A company representative couldn’t be reached for comment.
The new retail will offer a range of shopping choices.
The company began in 1924 as a wholesaler of women’s coats and junior suits. An outlet store opened in 1972 in Burlington, New Jersey. The shop expanded from women’s clothes to add men’s wear, sportswear and accessories.
Earth Fare is a full-service supermarket that offers natural, healthy food choices. It began in 1975 as Dinner for the Earth, a health food store in Ashville, North Carolina. The first Earth Fare grocery store opened in 1994.
Home Goods is a discount home furnishings store with a range of departments, including furniture, gifts, bedding, pets, and home accents.
Five Below is aimed at teens, preteens and their parents, selling an eclectic mix of items, including cellphone cases and chargers, yoga pants, footballs, and candy and seasonal items for Halloween, Easter and Christmas.
At Home Décor Superstore
The Texas-based discount home décor store sells upwards of 50,000 items in warehouse-size spaces. Departments include furniture, rugs, storage and organization, pots and planters, and lights.
Published June 20, 2018