Butler Plaza to Welcome New Tenants

Two new tenants will be moving into Butler Plaza in the very near future.  Tuesday Morning and Carter’s children’s store recently announced plans to open stores in the Archer Road shopping center.  “These two new stores will bring more jobs and revenue to the area as well as the additional shopping options,” Butler President Deborah Butler said regarding the deal.  

This will be the second location in Gainesville for Tuesday Morning.  The home goods retailer currently occupies space in the Plaza Royale shopping center on Newberry Road.  Carter’s, which sells children’s clothing, gifts, and accessories, is a newcomer to the Gainesville market and will open shop in March.  

It was also announced recently that Outback Steakhouse, a current Butler Plaza tenant, would be moving from its current space to the former Hops Restaurant Bar & Brewery location.  Outback declined to offer specifics on the deal; but the space it is leaving behind is expected to be used for the new 350,000-square-foot Butler Town Center.

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