Barnes & Noble returns to Jonesboro – NEA report


JONESBORO, Arkansas. Barnes & Noble bookstore returns to Jonesboro.

Barnes & Noble will take over Office Max’s previous Pier1 space at the Crossroads mall at the intersection of Caraway and Highland, Haag Brown Commercial said in a statement.

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The national chain bookstore previously occupied the site at The Mall at Turtle Creek. It was one of several stores that were destroyed by a tornado in March 2020.

“Perseverance was definitely the key to getting this deal done. The return of Barnes & Noble to Jonesboro for me personally has been going on since March 2020, after the tornado hit our mall. I’m so glad we can finally make this announcement as we know it’s been a long time.”

Zach Qualls, Executive Commercial Broker, Haag Brown

The Crossroads Center will soon be refurbished and rebranded as The Uptown extension dubbed “The [email protected],” the post said. Jeremy Gamble is the new owner of the Crossroads Center.

Thanks to the collaboration of Zach Qualls, head of leasing at Haag Brown, Joshua Brown, head of development at Haag Brown, and Crossroads owner Jeremy Gamble, this project was finally able to come to fruition.

Press release by Haag Braun

An official opening date has not yet been announced.

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