Mount Kisco HomeGoods store hits the market seeking $7.45M

TRD New York /
Jan.January 24, 2019 08:56 AM

A HomeGoods store in Mount Kisco has hit the market for $7.45 million, investment brokerage firm B+E announced in a press release. The 24,834-square-foot building at 3 East Main Street sits on about 1.24 acres of land that includes parking space, according to the firm. LoHud reported last August that HomeGoods would be opening the store in Mount Kisco. HomeGoods, owned by retail giant TJX Companies, plans to open 85 stores in 2019, noted Spencer Henderson of B+E. [Digital Journal]

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