Furnishing Crossroads Center
Logan, which closed
at the Rochester Market Square home center on July 10,
is setting up a new furniture showroom in the Crossroads
Shopping Center. The store is moving into the space left vacant
by Tuesday Morning, between Hancock Fabrics and Sun Place
Tuesday Morning moved into the TJ Maxx & More Plaza.
"We feel great about this move. We think it will really give us the visibility we are looking for along with more space," says Logan Furniture General Manager Matt Logan.
While he plans to add new brands to his selection in the new 6,600-square-foot showroom, Logan stresses that his store is keeping its philosophy of selling only U.S.-made furniture.
"In fact, 90 percent of what we sell is made less than 300 miles away," he says. "This is a very green way of doing business, because it eliminates so much transportation."
Having lower shipping costs means the furniture can be priced competitively, as the consumer pays mainly for manufacturing and quality materials, Logan says.
Though the store will be in a new location, it will still offer free shipping.Logan Furniture's move means Crossroads Shopping Center is full of tenants.
Blair Meek and Randy Scott of the Professional Management Group handle the center's leasing.