Home Depot will be rolling out “supersized” versions of its already “big box” stores, as it looks to gain shares of markets not traditionally associated with the chain, according to a story today in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
One of the first superstores will be built in Union, N.J. At 225,000 square feet, it will be nearly the size of four football fields. The superstore concept is a test, according to the AJC.
Home Deport reports it’s still working out the product mix at the store, but at nearly twice the size of most Home Depots, chances are the company will add even more to its already growing selection of consumer electronics SKUs. The company was ranked 71st in Dealerscope’s Annual Top 101 CE Retailers last month (links to PDF).