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Ashley Furniture Coming To Williamsburg

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YORK-A second new tenant has been announced for the Kingsgate Green Shopping Center on Waller Mill Road.

Ashley Furniture will be joining Ollie’s Bargain Outlet in the shopping complex. Ollie’s is replacing an old K-Mart store, which closed in 2019. Ashley Furniture will also soon open in the shopping center. Ollie’s is expected to open in October while an opening date for the new furniture store has not been announced yet.

Ashley Furniture is an international corporation that first opened in 1945 in Chicago. Nearby locations include a store on Jefferson Avenue in Newport News as well as several locations on the Southside and in Richmond.

Both Ashley Furniture and Ollie’s Bargain Outlet are part of a major overhaul of the Kingsgate Green Shopping Center. A renovation project is now underway and will include installation of all new storefronts, a new roof, and other upgrades.

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