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Retail stores HomeGoods and Marshalls will be among the tenants calling Napa Crossing South home, according to a news release from developer Pacific Properties Group of Chico.

The two national retailers are expected to open at the 84,000 square foot commercial center in the spring of 2014, the release said. The project is currently under construction at the corner of Kansas Street and Soscol Avenue in south Napa, at the former site of Napa Ford.

In addition to HomeGoods and Marshalls, developers said they are also negotiating with two other major retailers to serve as co-anchor tenants. Those tenants have not been announced.

HomeGoods sells giftware, home basics, accent furniture, lamps, rugs, bath and bedding, decorative accessories, children's furniture, seasonal merchandise and wall décor, according to the company website. As of 2012, the business operated 415 stores.

Marshalls sells family apparel, home fashions and other merchandise such as toys. As of 2012, the company operated 904 stores.  

The closest HomeGoods stores to Napa are in Vacaville and Petaluma. The closest Marshalls is in Vallejo.

Both companies are owned by the TJX Companies of Framingham, Mass.

Napa Crossing South will feature two larger commercial buildings, outdoor seating and space for two restaurants. Additionally, the end “cap” of each building will allow for two other retailers to be located at each end of the two buildings, according to the Pacific Properties release. A previously indicated drive-through service lane has been eliminated, according to documents on file at the city planning department.

A listing on LoopNet.com indicates lease rates for the commercial space are $4.50 per square foot, per month.

Developers report that the project is targeted for LEED Silver designation by the U.S. Green Building Council.

“The architecture has been designed with a modern agrarian aesthetic,” said Colby Hallen, director of design and sustainable development for Pacific Properties Group. “The landscape will be planted in drought tolerant grasses, roses and lavenders in the resemblance of row crop.”

Pacific Properties is the same group that developed Napa Crossing North on Trancas Street. That center is home to a Vitamin Shoppe, Ulta Beauty store, Habit Burger Grille and other retailers.

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