HomeGoods is looking to expand its reach in North Dakota.

If you're not familiar with the chain store HomeGoods, they are headquartered in Framingham, Massachusetts and they were founded back in 1992.  They started out as a small chain store before growing into hundreds of locations across the United States.

According to Wikipedia, HomeGoods is owned by TJX Companies, which also owns T.J. Maxx, Sierra, Trading Post, and Marshalls.  Store sizes vary by location across the U.S. and there are some locations that combine both the HomeGoods, and either T.J. Maxx or Marshalls store brands all under one roof.

In Canada and Europe, HomeGoods is known as HomeSense, which is also owned by TJX, and operates a similar home furnishing chain.

What kind of merchandise will you find in a HomeGoods store?

This is a home decor chain stocking a variety of furniture, bedding, kitchenware, holiday goods, clothing, and rugs.

According to the HomeGoods website, they offer home fashions from around the world at prices generally 20% to 60% below department and special store regular prices on comparable merchandise, every day.

Where is HomeGoods currently located in North Dakota?

They are located in Minot, North Dakota at 1022 24th Avenue Southwest, Minot, ND 58701.  They have one other location in North Dakota in West Fargo at 1500-13th Avenue East West Fargo, ND 58078 (this store is combined with Marshalls).

What city in North Dakota is HomeGoods looking to expand into?

According to a source close to the situation, they are in talks with Hay Creek Shops in North Bismarck to bring HomeGoods to that location.  With several vacant stores and a popular shopping area in Bismarck, this certainly looks to be a good spot for HomeGoods to set up shop in the Capital City.  We'll see if it comes to fruition.

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