HomeGoods, which is moving into the old Barnes & Noble building on Contra Costa Blvd., is planning to give the building a little makeover, according to the City of Pleasant Hill.
The following information is from City Manager June Catalano:
“Improvements include a new storefront with new automatic doors, a color change, minor landscape changes, removal of the existing chain-link trash enclosure and small planter adjacent to the truck dock (to be replaced with a new trash compactor concrete pad) and a new metal framed door through the existing CMU wall. Additionally, the proposal includes two new accessible parking spots.”
HomeGoods is set to open in early 2014.