HomeGoods, a destination for off-price home fashions introduced in 1992, operated 450 stores in 43 states and Puerto Rico at 2013's year end.
HomeGoods offers exclusive home fashions with a broad and fresh array of exciting products from around the world, such as giftware, home basics, table-top, accent furniture, lamps, rugs, bath and bedding, decorative accessories, children's furniture, seasonal merchandise, and wall décor.
HomeGoods operates in both a standalone and superstore format, which couples HomeGoods with a T.J. Maxx or Marshalls. Standalone HomeGoods stores average approximately 26,000 square feet in size.
We believe that HomeGoods continues to have significant growth potential and that the U.S. market could support 825 HomeGoods stores in the long term.