homeplace


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homeplace

(ˈhəʊmˌpleɪs)
n
the place or piece of land containing one's home
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Homeplace proposes to build a very nice senior citizen community that has been architecturally designed to fit into the existing neighborhood along Whitsett Avenue.
Bradlees, Wards, Heilig-Meyers and HomePlace have closed, and Stern's is in the process of liquidating.
Daniel and his entourage will bring the curtains down on their summer tour on next Wednesday, July 26th, when they head across the water to Early's lounge on Arranmore island, just a few miles from his homeplace in Kincasslagh.
City planners will use the input to develop guidelines for an environmental impact study to be completed by the developer, Homeplace Retirement Communities of America.
Whitehead previously served as vice president and general merchandise manager at HomePlace of America, starting in 1997 and remaining there until the company closed down operations several months ago.
More than 40 well-known companies, such as Sherwin Williams, HomePlace and Ace Hardware, are represented.
Homeplace, the developer that hopes to buy the property, has offered to return 12 acres to the city, including the nine-hole golf course, and to rebuild all 20 of the displaced tennis courts.
Since HFN compiled its last Top 25 Retailers list, Bradlees, Wards and HomePlace have gone out of business, and Strouds is starting out anew.
He never mentioned what was described in court as the homeplace - seven-and-a-half acres and a house.
Homeplace Retirement Communities of America has proposed erecting a six-building, 240-unit senior complex, a medical center and a 500-vehicle underground parking structure at the site.
For Linens 'n Things, Rifkin said the retailer should benefit from the bankruptcies and closings of HomePlace, Strouds, Lechters and Wards, which could translate into a revenue gain of $150 million to $200 million.
Fodale was Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of HomePlace Holdings, Inc.