Are Circuit City, Kohl’s, JC Penney, Bed Bath & Beyond and Panera Bread Considering Palm Coast?

Who will join SuperTarget in Town Center’s Power Retail section? Updated May 22, 2007

March 13, 2007 – The recently announced approval of the first SuperTarget in Palm Coast, FL has sparked speculation over who else might join them within the section of Town Center at Palm Coast designated for Power Retail. Located on the north side of SR 100 between Belle Terre and the high school, the parcel has enough room for two or three "big box" retailers and several smaller retail or restaurant businesses. At this time, only Target has signed, but the names of several other well known businesses have been bandied about. Here are the most prominent:

  • Circuit City
  • Bed Bath & Beyond
  • Panera Bread
  • JC Penney
  • Kohl’s
  • Starbucks Coffee

With the Target’s planned opening in March 2008, we should expect to hear about additional retailers soon.

May ’07 update: Committed stores are:

  • Lines n Things
  • TJ Max
  • PetsMart
  • Michaels
  • Ross Dress for Less


6 replies
  1. Ken Dodge
    Ken Dodge says:

    Retailers considering PC

    Let’s hope that 2007 does not turn out to be a repeat of the wildfires/evacuations of 1998. I wonder what impact that would have on their decisions.

  2. J Rice
    J Rice says:

    homogenized Palm Coast

    I am so sad about what Palm Coast is becoming–just like every other 95 exit. Same stores, gas stations, restaurants, which will also bring more traffic and crime

  3. M Sorrentino
    M Sorrentino says:


    This will help the housing market as it will create jobs. In addition to retail space, there is also commercial office spaces being planned for the town center. Sure it brings traffic, but its not like this is Orlando or Miami. I’m happy there is commercial development taking place in Palm Coast.

  4. Herb Whitaker
    Herb Whitaker says:

    Growth and What Palm Coast is becom

    I first came to Palm Coast in 1984, moving here in 1986 when there were 10,000 residents/most part-timers. However, I do not begrudge you the right to live here also. When I came I was told that there were 48,000 homesites and a proposed build out population of 250,000. ITT sold vacant building lots to future residents who had plans to retire here. When I hear people complain about \”what PC has become\” I wonder, were you concerned before you bought your home here or did u become concerned after you bought your home. What give u the right to live here and not someone who made a purchase in the 1980’s, 1990’s or 2000 era. Live with the fact that 250,000 people will live here when all buildable locations are sold. We need to make it the best we can and embrace the new residents and hope they will as well.

  5. Debby
    Debby says:

    Any word on any big name Bookstore???

    Barnes & Noble, Border’s or Books a Million would be a tremendous hit here in Palm Coast…Can anyone please make this happen?? It is 60 miles round trip in either direction to get a good cup of coffee while reading a great book, and they offer good entertainment on top of that! Even story telling for the children…Anyone out there interested in joining me to help make this happen?

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