The Hammond Square shopping center near Interstate 12 in Hammond has announced four new retail tenants. Discount retailer Five Below, arts and crafts store Michaels, furnishing retailer HomeGoods and PetSmart are the four new tenants to join the shopping center’s roster.
A $15 million redevelopment project over the past year involved the demolition of the former Sears and Rite Aid buildings. A new building is being built in their location, which will house Michael’s, HomeGoods and Five Below. PetSmart will be a 15,000-square-foot store adjacent to Hibbett Sports.
Stirling Properties, the owner of the shopping center, mentioned in a news release that construction is expected to be complete early next year.
Stirling has been upgrading the shopping center in recent years.
Hammond Square is Tangipahoa Parish’s premier shopping destination and the 2nd largest open-air center in Louisiana encompassing over 902,000-square-feet of more than 40 national and local retailers, shops and restaurants, including Dillard’s, Target, The Home Depot, JCPenney, Academy Sports+Outdoors and AMC Theatres. Stirling Properties purchased the Hammond Square in 2007 and currently manages and leases the center.
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