Ever wonder what kind of business would ever be large enough to move into the old Circuit City location at ?
What about the inside joke regarding the elephant statue with large sunglasses on North Lindbergh Boulevard? Well we can't help solve the mystery behind the elephant, but Hazelwood Patch can tell you about a couple new businesses headed to the
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Ross Dress For Less: St. Louis Mills is getting a 35,000 square foot Ross Dress for Less. It will reside where Circuit City was located before it went out of business next to . David Reed, St. Louis Mills' general manager, said this is one store for which customers have been asking.
“St. Louis Mills is already an ideal destination for shoppers on a budget,” he said. “We strive to meet our customer demand for more great shopping and this soon to open store and other recent openings signal our ongoing success.”
Ross Dress for Less is the largest off-price apparel and home fashion chain in the United States with more than 1,000 locations in 30 states.
It will join the rest of St. Louis Mills' stores including Banana Republic Factory Store, Gap Outlet, Guess Factory Store, Off Broadway Shoes, Charlotte Russe Outlet, Tommy Hilfiger Company Store, Nike Factory Store and Old Navy.
Have you shopped at a Ross Dress For Less?
Here is One Business Expansion
: The company held a grand opening of its new truck center on June 9, and on Hazelwood Patch. The auto repair center and used vehicle seller has been in the area for several years and a part of North St. Louis County since 1973. Kurt Barks, shop owner said he ready to go and the shop will also fix RVs.
“There needs to be a good Truck Shop in North County,” he said.
Have you had your vehicle repaired at Complete Auto Body & Repair?
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