TWIN FALLS — HomeGoods has gotten its building permit to remodel the building formerly occupied by Old Navy.
In January, the city’s building department granted a remodeling permit for 2030 Bridgeview Blvd. for a new retail store, HomeGoods. The project has a valuation of about $1.2 million.
Woodbury Corp., the developer of the Canyon Park East shopping center, announced back in December that the retailer would be coming to Twin Falls this year. HomeGoods is a national chain of home furnishing stores and is owned by the same parent company as TJ Maxx.
The Twin Falls store will probably be opening in late summer or fall, a Woodbury Corp. spokeswoman previously told the newspaper.
The company itself, however, is giving nothing away.
“Although we appreciate your inquiry, HomeGoods has not announced a new store for Twin Falls,” spokesperson Lisa Zahn told the Times-News in an emailed statement.
Here is a PDF of the store’s remodeling plans:
Other commercial permits Twin Falls awarded in January:
- Head Start at College of Southern Idaho, 296 Falls Ave. W., received a permit for a $15,000 remodel for a dumbwaiter.
- Mackey Partners LLC received a permit for a new office building shell and finished salon at 1505 Madrona St. N., No. 900. Valuation: $270,000.
- The city of Twin Falls received a permit for a new restroom and storage facility at the downtown commons, 129 Hansen St. E. Valuation: $400,000.