Home decor store set to replace former N.J. ShopRite

Home decor store chain At Home is gearing up to open another New Jersey location.

At Home recently signed a lease to open in Middletown Plaza in Middletown, according to Asbury Park Press.

The home goods store will move into the space formerly occupied by ShopRite at 1425 Route 35.

The space had been vacant for over a year since ShopRite moved across Route 35 to the Kings Commons Shopping Center at 1500 Route 35.

At Home considers itself a home decor superstore.

The chain offers a selection of furniture, home decor, rugs, kitchen, bed and bath supplies, outdoor furniture and seasonal decorations.

At Home will join other brands, such as Petco, Plato’s Closet and Retro Fitness, in the Middletown Plaza.

There are currently six At Home locations in New Jersey: Brick, Cherry Hill, Ledgewood, Ocean, Turnersville and Wayne.

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