Ocean State Job Lot has announced that they will be opening their eighth New Jersey store, returning to Monmouth County in Holmdel.

If you’re unfamiliar, they describe themselves as the Northeast’s largest closeout retail chain, it operates 141 stores across New England, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. The company specializes in offering discounted household goods, apparel, and pet supplies.

Their diverse assortment of products includes kitchen staples and seasonal items, all at reduced prices.

Ocean State Job Lot via Facebook
Ocean State Job Lot via Facebook

The store offers a diverse selection of products across multiple categories, including home goods, kitchenware, clothing, electronics, toys, seasonal items, health and beauty products, and more. Customers can find both brand-name merchandise and generic products at discounted prices.

The new store will be on Rte. 35 where a Stein Mart used to be. In a release, James Hines, Ocean State Job Lot’s regional director said,

We are always proud to have the opportunity to breathe new life into vacant spaces and look forward to welcoming shoppers into a big and bright Ocean State Job Lot!

According to the Daily Voice, the chain also has stores in Clinton, Deptford, Franklin Park, Freehold, Princeton, South Plainfield, and Sparta.

Ocean State Job Lot has revitalized numerous commercial spaces and shopping plazas throughout the Northeast by acquiring vacant properties once occupied by other retailers. Whether you’re looking for home essentials, outdoor furniture, or garden supplies, Ocean State Job Lot aims to provide value to its customers.

The new store, which will occupy 37,000 sq. feet, is slated to open late summer, early fall of 2024.

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