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Hobby Lobby to move to Fayette Pavilion

Fayette Pavilion owner and manager Developers Diversified Realty Corporation (DDRC) announced Friday that Hobby Lobby will join the 1.5 million square-foot Fayette Pavilion shopping area in early 2011.

Currently located at 939 North Glynn Street near Banks Road, Hobby Lobby after the move will occupy the 57,000 square-foot space at 114 Pavilion Parkway near Publix, formerly the home of Rooms To Go.

The move is expected in early 2011, according to DDRC.

“We are very pleased that Hobby Lobby has joined us at this center,” says David Dieterle, senior vice president of leasing – southern region for Developers Diversified. “Fayette Pavilion is a best-in-class shopping center in a best-in-class location, and Hobby Lobby is an outstanding addition to our tenant lineup and will offer our shoppers additional choice, value and convenience.”

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Especially since I enjoy shopping at Hobby Lobby... but I don't go north of Lowes. Just don't want to get into that Clayton, Fulton crowd that shop (lifts) at the Pavilion.

has just moved into the old Belk's location in the WalMart shopping center in Newnan. No need to go to the Pavillion to shop Hobby Lobby.

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