Back in October, NJPen reported that several new stores would be coming to the already busy Garden State Park in Cherry Hill.  Those stores included Shake Shack, Trader Joe's, HomeGoods, and TJ Maxx.

Now, according to the Courier-Post, Lands' End will also be joining the shopping center.  Unlike the other stores mentioned above that will be part of new construction, Lands' End will take over the spot vacated by Pei Wei restaurant.

Overhead view of Garden State Park in Cherry Hill. Credit: Google

Lands' End describes itself as "a classic American lifestyle brand with a passion for quality, legendary service and real value."  The company started in Chicago in 1963 and a year later, published it's first catalog.

In 2002, Lands' End was acquired by Sears, but 11 years later, it was spun off.  The Cherry Store is one of several stand-alone locations popping up around the country.  Last month, a new store opened outside of Baltimore and just this week, a new store opened in Pittsburgh.

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The Courier-Post says that the Cherry Hill store open on May 9 and will hold a grand opening celebration on May 18.