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JOSB to fill void in quality menswear at Trenholm Plaza
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Oct '09
Edens & Avant announced today JoS. A. Bank Clothiers, Inc. is joining the growing retail line-up at Trenholm Plaza. The store is targeting their grand opening to take advantage of the center's busy holiday season.

"JoS. A. Bank has an excellent reputation and will fill a void in quality menswear in this area," commented Edens & Avant Managing Director Lyle Darnall. "Attracting new retailers of this caliber that cater to the community and complement the feel of the center is an important part of the redevelopment here."

Trenholm Plaza will be JoS. A. Bank's second location in the market and the first in-town location for the retailer. The company is well-known as a leading retailer of men's classically-styled tailored and casual clothing, sportswear, footwear and accessories. The company sells its full product line in over 465 stores in 42 states and the District of Columbia. Encompassing 4,200 square feet, JoS. A. Bank will be located adjacent to The Fresh Market at Trenholm Plaza.

Redevelopment of the building along Forest Drive, slated for completion late this year, continues while all retailers at the center remain open. Additional retailers will be announced in the near future.

With 140 shopping centers in 14 East Coast states, Edens & Avant is one of the leading retail real estate companies in the nation. Founded and headquartered in Columbia, the Company's portfolio consists of neighborhood, lifestyle and power centers, with many located in infill locations in urban markets.

JoS. A. Bank Clothiers Inc


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