The discount chain retailer built an expansive store inside Waterside Marketplace.
Discount retailer Five Below is getting ready to open next month. The grand opening is scheduled for 10 a.m. April 12 in the Waterside Marketplace plaza in Chesterfield Township. The retailer caters to the preteen and teen market with merchandise in the $1-5 price range. It built an 8,000-square-foot store next to Claire's in recent months. Five Below is seeking an assistant manager for that location. For more information about that opening and other job opportunities, visit fivebelow/jobs.
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Retailer Five Below is slated to develop inside the shopping plaza near Gratiot and 23 Mile roads.
Chesterfield Township's bargain shoppers can consider Five Below as a local option in upcoming months, according to the township. Sign up for the Patch daily newsletter and follow us on Facebook. The retailer that caters to the preteen and teen market with merchandise in the $1-5 price range is planning to open inside the Waterside Marketplace plaza. Site plans to develop an 8,000-square-foot store next to Claire's were approved at the July 10 planning commission meeting. Next, the business will go through engineering and building permit phases, Planning Director Janice Giese said Thursday. “It’s going to be a few months probably before they break ground," Giese said. Five Below wanted to build inside the plaza because vacant spaces, which…