Wednesday, February 1, 2012

'Habitat' opening store at former Acme

"Habitat for Humanity officials have agreed to terms with Giant Food Stores that will set the stage for the opening of a ReStore at the old Acme building in the New Garden Shopping Center.
Charles ‘Chip” Huston, executive director for Habitat for Humanity of Chester County, said the ReStore should be open by the end of April. It will be Habitat’s 18th ReStore in Pennsylvania.
The store will be similar to Habitat’s ReStore in Caln Township, but in addition to selling furniture, tools, fixtures and appliances, it will also sell bedspreads, sheets, clothing and curtains.
Habitat’s ReStore will occupy about 18,000 square feet of space, or about one-third of the Acme building that has been vacant for the past five years. The remainder of the space will be leased by Giant to two other businesses that plan to open sometime this year."
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