Walls are going up for the final phase of Uptown Gig Harbor, a lifestyle shopping center on Point Fosdick Drive NW in its namesake city.
That last phase will house a single store, a 20,000-square-foot home furnishings and accessories emporium, HomeGoods.
That store, said a shopping center spokeswoman, is scheduled to open later in the spring.
HomeGoods is owned by Massachusetts-based TJX Inc., parent of Marshalls and T.J. Maxx clothing clearance stores.
Uptown Gig Harbor is already the site of a Marshalls store, which moved into a space that once housed a Borders bookstore. Borders closed all of its bookstores nationwide in 2011 when it was unable to find a buyer that met the standards of the company's bankruptcy creditors.
Home-furnishing chain HomeGoods already has stores in Issaquah, Lynnwood and Federal Way in the Puget Sound area.
The shopping center's final phase is being built south of the existing Galaxy Theatre.