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Furniture 4 Less moves into old Crossroads Ford

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CARY — A discount furniture retailer is taking over the old Crossroads Ford Truck showroom off Buck Jones Road.

The 80,000-square-foot space near the intersection of Walnut Street and Buck Jones Road has been vacant since 2006, when Crossroads merged several different operations in Cary into one large building off of Walnut Street.

When it does open, the Furniture 4 Less Superstore will become the third Furniture 4 Less in the area. The chain also has locations in Raleigh on Spring Forest Road and in Garner on U.S. 70 West.

Inside the store, mattresses are stacked up against the showroom windows and sofas are already priced and tagged. A sign on the door says, "Closed. Waiting four approval from Cary town."

Employees say that depending on the Town of Cary's approval, the store could open as early as next week. A grand opening is planned for October.

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Retail reporter Sue Stock came to the N&O in 2004 and has been covering retail and shopping in the Triangle since then. She is the author of the popular Taking Stock blog and the weekly Retailing column. Contact Sue at 919-829-4649 or e-mail her.
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