Tuesday, June 19, 2012
The popular home goods store is officially open, and will have a small grand opening event Saturday.
It's official, the long-awaited White Lake Bed, Bath & Beyond is open. The store opened at 9 a.m. Tuesday, and had several customers perusing the aisles at 9:30. Christa Mallinger, district customer service manager with the store, said corporate will be sending out fliers this week with details on a grand opening event Saturday. In addition, Mallinger said the store has several services they can offer to customers including a college checklist and pack-and-pickup service that allows families to purchase items for college at their store, then pick up those items at a Bed, Bath & Beyond closest to your child's college. "It's a great service that helps to eliminate some of the hassle of moving," Mallinger said. The store is open Monday-…
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
The $19.5 million facility will include 77,000 square feet of space for long-term, rehabilitation care.
Patients have been moving in the newly finished Trinity Health long-term care facility and the building, according to township officials, will be open for business June 15. "They are in the process of transitioning patients and some staff right now," Township Planning Director Sean O'Neil said. "I've been told the facility will be fully operational and opened for care Friday." Sanctuary at White Lake will be owned and operated by Trinity Senior Living Communities, a part of the Trinity Health System which is the parent company of St. Joseph Mercy. It will include approximately 77,000 square feet of space off Elizabeth Lake Road south of Highland Road, near JC Penney. This site will be a replacement facility for the Sanctuary at Alexander …
Thursday, May 31, 2012
Signs are now up at both stores, and employees are being hired in preparation for the grand openings.
The grand opening of Bed, Bath & Beyond and JoAnn Fabric is inching closer, and the construction of the retail space off M-59 near Fisk Road is nearly complete. According to Township Planning Director Sean O'Neil, the stores are still set to open in the next few months. Bed, Bath & Beyond has an opening date of June 19; and JoAnn Fabric is planning to have a soft opening on July 27, followed by a grand opening Aug. 9. If you are interested in applying for a job at Bed, Bath & Beyond call 877-JOBS 222. If you are interested in employment opportunities available at JoAnn Fabric call 1-888-819-0330.
Thursday, April 12, 2012
Construction continues on the new retailer set to open in White Lake in June.
The grand opening of Bed, Bath & Beyond and JoAnn Fabric is inching closer, and the construction of the retail space off M-59 near Fisk Road is chugging along. Over the weekend the storefront signs for Bed, Bath & Beyond were installed. There is no word yet on when the JoAnn Fabric sign will go up, but both stores are still expected to open in June. Anyone interested in employment opportunities with Bed, Bath & Beyond can call 877-JOBS 222.
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
With the addition of a Jo-Ann Fabrics and Bed, Bath & Beyond, we want to know what other stores you want in White Lake.
This week marks the launch of a new feature, Talk About Town. Every Wednesday, White Lake Patch will pose a question about White Lake to the community, and we want to hear your answers. Let us know in the comment section below. Today's question comes on the heels of the announcement that a Jo-Ann Fabrics and Craft store and a Bed, Bath & Beyond outlet will be locating at the former Farmer Jack site, filling one of the largest vacant storefronts in the township. After the article appeared on our site, many of you stated other stores you'd like to see. The stores ranged from a Trader Joe's to a Best Buy. We want to know: What stores and restaurants do you want to see come to White Lake?
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
New stores will fill the former Farmer Jack building.
In spring 2012, White Lake Township will be home to a Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store and a Bed, Bath & Beyond outlet. The two businesses will fill the former Farmer Jack building along M-59, near Fisk Road. The site will be redeveloped, according to township planner Sean O'Neil, and split into two storefronts. "We are incredibly excited to have that vacant building filled with two well-known and popular businesses," O'Neil said. The property had been vacant for more than five years, after the Farmer Jack chain was shut down. Since that time, the rumor mill has steadily churned out whispers of stores that might fill the space. "We couldn't be happier to have these two businesses coming into the township," Supervisor Greg Baroni said. "You …