HomeSense and Sierra Trading Post to replace Macy's at Moorestown Mall - Philly "While no definitive opening dates were given, PREIT said both stores would debut at the mall sometime this year. HomeSense will take up 25,000 square feet and Sierra Trading 18,000 square feet of what used to be a 200,000-square-foot Macy’s. At least two more tenants will use the space, spanning two levels, PREIT spokeswoman Heather Crowell said." Both are specialty stores owned by TJX. I wonder if PREIT can lure Marshall's and HomeGoods to join as well. Both are across Route 38 but in a shopping center without a solid anchor and traffic with it, as Kmart closed. PREIT was also looking at a gourmet grocery store, at one point, and I think Rastelli's Market Fresh, or The Fresh Market would work well occupying some space in the macy's site. Just my ideas... Up in Northern NJ, it was noted that the Phillipsburg Mall will lose Bon Ton, after Sears which had recently closed. This a dying mall that I would like to check out. JCPenney is also closing in Paramus, in what seems like a similar closure to King of Prussia, leaving a very high rent mall.