Hallmark on Route 33 in Hamilton is Moving
According to an article on nj.com, the Hallmark store located in Hamilton Plaza on Route 33 in Hamilton has a new owner, a new name, and soon, it will have a new location (sort of).
A report from NJ.com says that the Hallmark store has been purchased by Norman's, which is "a company that owns about 60 Hallmark stores."
The article goes on to say that the new owners have changed the name of the store to "Norman's Hallmark" and they have plans to make the Hamilton location larger.
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According to nj.com, the newly named Norman's Hallmark will remain in Hamilton Plaza, but will move to a space that is 2,700 square feet larger than the store's current location.
Hamilton Plaza, which is owned by Levin Management, is home to ShopRite, Petco, Dollar Tree, Texas Roadhouse, Moe's Southwest Grill and several other retail stores.
The shopping center also has an AC Moore craft store, although last month we reported that all AC Moore would be closing in the near future. Some stores will become Michael's stores, but there is no word on whether or not the Hamilton Plaza location is one of those.