More news for the Miller Hill Mall. This time about a company sprucing up their space.
Justice, a retailer that offers clothing and accessories for girls ages 7-14, is planning on remodeling their location near the Food Court at the Miller Hill Mall within the next couple months. The company has launched an aggressive remodel campaign across the country in order to update its brand image.
The store remodel will cost about $100,000 to complete and should take under two months to complete. It is likely that the store will set up a temporary shop within the mall and the soon to be vacant Deb Shops space is a perfect contender.
Justice is operated under the Ascena Retail Group which may sound familiar to you but you might not be able to peg it. It was announced that dressbarn would acquire Justice in 2009. About two years after Dress Barn created the Ascena Retail Group which includes dressbarn, maurices, Lane Bryant, Catherine's and of course Justice. All stores have a location in the Miller Hill Mall area.
The store remodel will bring the new prototype for Justice to the Miller Hill Mall. The overall design is much lighter, airy, and modern in its design elements. Customers can expect pops of bright colors throughout the store, creative light fixtures, and of course all the Justice clothing and accessories a girl could wish for.