Four new retail and dining options, including TJ Maxx and Bob’s Discount Furniture, will revive four of Park West Place’s seven vacant storefronts over the coming months.
Trinity Parkway Shopping Center has seen some turnover in recent years: In 2017, Sportsman’s Warehouse took over the nearly 36,000 square foot space vacated by the bankrupt Sports Authority.
Park West is already home to several big box stores, including Lowe’s, Target, and Kohl’s. Management aims to fill all vacancies by the end of next year, said Eric Nickelson, property manager at ShopCore Properties.
TJ Maxx is expected to occupy the former Bed Bath & Beyond location, next to Kohl’s. This will be TJ Maxx’s second location in Stockton; the retailer entered the Stockton market in 2003. Its other store is located at 730 W. Hammer Lane at the intersection of Lower Sacramento Road.
The opening date of the new store has not yet been set.
Huckleberry’s, a southern-style breakfast and lunch restaurant, is slated to open on the former Panera Bread site on Trinity Parkway in December or January.
Park West Place is home to several other restaurants, including McDonald’s, Chipotle, Starbucks, and Sugar Mediterranean Bistro.
Bob’s Discount Furniture
Bob’s Discount Furniture plans to open a store early next year at the site once occupied by Cost Plus World Market, next to TJ Maxx’s new location. The closest Bob’s Discount Furniture is in Fresno.
Bob’s will join furniture retailer Ashley Homestore.
European Wax Center
European Wax Center is slated to open a Supercuts lounge near the Eight Mile Road corner of Park West Place. This will be the company’s second site in Stockton. The other is located in the Stonecreek Village shopping center.
Recording reporter Aaron Leathley covers business, housing and land use. She can be reached at [email protected] or on Twitter @LeathleyAaron. Support local news, subscribe to The Stockton Record at https://www.recordnet.com/subscribenow.