Washington Heights’ New Marshalls Store Now Hiring

August 11, 2017

One of the largest stores in the new retail section of the renovated George Washington Bridge bus terminal is gearing up to open after years of construction delays.

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Marshalls, which will open its Washington Heights store soon, will hold two hiring events at Harlem‘s Workforce 1 Career Center next week, according to notices acquired by Patch. The hiring events will be held Tuesday, Aug. 15, and Wednesday, Aug. 16, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., according to the notices. The Harlem Workfore 1 Career Center is located 215 W. 125th St. — between Frederick Douglass and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. boulevards — on the sixth floor.

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The notices did not specify what kind of positions Marshalls will be looking to fill or exactly when the store will open. The new department store will be one of the biggest businesses in the renovated George Washington Bridge terminal.

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The renovated concourse opened in May after a beleaguered construction effort took two-years longer than anticipated. The renovation project was expected to cost $183 million and take one year to complete — it ended up taking three years and close to $200 million, officials said in May.

Check out fliers for the Marshalls hiring events below.

The development was a public-private venture between the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and an entity called the George Washington Bridge Bus Station Development Venture.

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