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New York -- TJMaxx has signed a lease at the Brass Mill Commons in Waterbury, Conn., according to Charter Realty and Development, TJMaxx’s representative in the negotiations.
The new TJ Maxx store will be 22,889 sq. ft. and the 26th deal that Charter has leased to TJX. TJMaxx is a division of TJX, which also owns Marshall’s and HomeGoods.
Brass Mill Commons is a 216,000-sq.-ft. power center owned by General Growth Properties. Anchors include Michael’s, Office Max, Toys “R” Us and Save-A-Lot. It is located adjacent to Brass Mill Center, 1,202,000-sq.-ft. regional mall also owned by General Growth. Mall anchors are Macy’s, J.C. Penney, Sears and Burlington Coat Factory.