The first DC location for the luxury discount brand will be opening in Sterling.

It looks like a high-end Homesense home decor store is moving into the former HH Gregg space in the Potomac Run Plaza center in Sterling.

Former HH Gregg store, future HomeSense location at Potomac Run Plaza.

Back in February, The Burn broke the news that Loudoun County was getting the DC area’s first Homesense store, but at the time we weren’t certain of the location. Now, just as we predicted, we know it’s going into Potomac Run Plaza, just a few doors down from the new HomeGoods store already under construction there.

New HomeGoods location at Potomac Run Plaza.
New HomeGoods location at Potomac Run Plaza.

The shopping center, known primarily for its Target store, its Toys R Us store (reportedly closing by June 30) and the Outback Steakhouse, will likely become a major home design destination with the new additions.

Homesense is a new brand from the folks behind HomeGoods. (They’re both part of the TJ Maxx family of brands.) Homesense is best described as a luxury version of HomeGoods with a larger showroom and and more big-ticket items like high-end furniture, beds, even chandeliers.

Images here and at top: HomeSense

They’ll be discounted compared to many stores, but price points will likely still be higher than at a HomeGoods.

Building permit issued for new HomeSense store at Potomac Run Plaza.

No word when construction will get underway, but building permits are issued, so watch for action to start in the space soon.

  1. Anonymous 6 years ago

    We need more high end contemporary furniture and decor stores out here with all the new home building going on. I’m surprised it’s taking so long. I’m sick of all that old fashioned colonial style funniture I see everywhere around here.

  2. Lamia321 6 years ago

    It is not very high end. The store also recently opened in Columbia, md. It is same quality as home goods items but at a higher price point. The only difference I noticed in merchandise is that they offer chandeliers.

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