HomeGoods to fill former Ross space in Solana Beach’s Lomas Santa Fe Plaza

By Claire Harlin

Local HomeGoods shoppers won’t have to venture to Encinitas for their decor needs, as the off-price home fashions store will soon be opening in the Lomas Santa Fe Plaza shopping center in Solana Beach. The Feb. 13 announcement by Solana Beach City Councilwoman Lesa Heebner followed a recent meeting with plaza operator American Assets Trust, Inc.

HomeGoods replaces Ross Dress For Less, which closed on Jan. 20 after its lease for the space expired at 961 Lomas Santa Fe Drive.

Introduced in 1992, HomeGoods operated 374 stores at 2011’s year end, according to the website of operator TJX Companies Inc., which also oversees off-price retail stores Marshalls and T.J. Maxx.

The store sells giftware, furniture, lighting, rugs, bedding, decorative accessories, children’s home basics, seasonal merchandise and wall décor. For more information, visit or More information, such as an opening date, will be posted at as it becomes available.

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3 Comments for “HomeGoods to fill former Ross space in Solana Beach’s Lomas Santa Fe Plaza”

  1. I am SO excited that we will have Home Goods in Solana Beach. That store is great! Now if we could just expand the size of Sprouts a little so we don’t have to play bumper carts in the store :)

  2. SB mom

    Another store for all the shoppers to buy more of what they don’t need. Home
    Goods is owned by Marshall’s just another way to create more traffic on Lomas.
    Shop til you drop!

  3. In response to SB MOM…

    You old turd.

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