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Arhaus Furniture Heads to Northbrook Court

The store will open between spring and summer of 2014, and will have its own storefront.

Northbrook Court will fill the vacancy left by the Mark Shale store last year with a new furniture retailer — Ohio-based Arhaus, the Northbrook Star reports. 

The store will open between spring and summer of 2014, and will have its own storefront east of the AMC movie theater, according to the Northbrook Star. 

Arhaus offers items for the whole house, including bedroom, dining, lighting and office furniture, according to their website. The brand designs their own unique and functional pieces from recycled natural resources.

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Dan Cox January 28, 2014 at 07:00 PM
Northbrook is a good place to have a business and to live. The Village officials respect our Constutional Rights and do not pass silly laws that serve no purpose other than to get them attention from the MAIG Organization, at the expenxe of a lawsuit that the residents will have to pay for. Highland Park is dying a slow death in the business community. Retailers are moving out and opting for better places to do business. Even the resale shops are moving out and going to Deerfield. Booyah.
forest barbieri January 28, 2014 at 08:52 PM
Dan: A little melodramatic and not really accurate but I realize you are on a mission. Hey just drove by Deerbrook mall and saw the new Starbucks location. First intelligent thing I have seen in over 10 years from the management there. (Deerbrook). Funny how Starbucks on the corner adds some class and piazza to an otherwise boring strip mall.

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