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Marshalls Brings The Same Old Stuff To Sixth Avenue

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As the bottom layer of Bed Bath & Beyond and T.J. Maxx's shopping cake on Sixth Avenue, Marshalls' presence should be like a glorious crust on a tiered shopping experience. But, sadly, it just looks like more gloopy filling.

The Shophound paid the brand new shop a visit yesterday during its Grand Opening, and found, surprisingly, nothing of note. Varying from its upstairs bargain relative by one lone section, men's shoes, Marshalls appears to sell the same sort of items as its discount partner—understandable, considering they are both owned by the same parent company.

If the goods are all similar, though, then the building is kind of like one enormous three floor discount shop, just with some fancy soap-squirting dish sponges and non-stick baking sheets in between. Whoever said twice as many jeans on the cheap was a bad thing?
· Marshall's Takes The Basement [The Shophound]
· T.J. Maxx and Marshalls To Move In Together in Chelsea [Racked NY]

Marshalls

620 Sixth Avenue, New York