Wednesday, January 14, 2015

BJ's Wholesale Club to open in Midtown Charlotte

BJ’s Wholesale Club will open “later this year” in the Metropolitan complex in Midtown, the retailer and Property Markets Group confirmed Wednesday.

The group purchased the $14 million vacant Home Depot Design Center, just below Target. Home Depot vacated the space during the economic downturn in 2009, about a year after opening. It’s been vacant ever since.

“The proximity to the thriving downtown and the availability of free parking makes this a convenient stop for commuters as well as for the surrounding communities,” Roy Perez-Daple, vice president of retail leasing and development for PMG Retail, said in the statement.

The wholesale market will take up 101,000 square feet of the property and PMG said it’s looking for a tenant to occupy the remaining 21,000 square feet to complete the project.

The retail group said Carmel Contractors will handle building at the site, that Collett Management will manage the property and that ColeJenest & Stone will handle the project’s civil engineering.

Westborough, Massachusetts-based BJ’s operates 207 clubs and 121 gas stations in 15 states. Locally, BJ’s has store locations in Mooresville, Concord and Pineville. 


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