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The Marshalls store at Southgate Plaza closed earlier this month.

Marshalls to relocate Old Navy at Jefferson Pointe

A discount retailer will “complement” the staple of stores at Jefferson Pointe when it debuts this summer, an official says.

Marshalls will move into a 25,000-square-foot space now occupied by Old Navy, which will relocate elsewhere at the shopping center. Framingham, Mass.-based TJX Cos. is the retailer’s parent company and recently closed a Marshalls at Southgate Plaza.

The store offers discounted brand-name apparel, accessories and home merchandise.

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