INDIANAPOLIS — The T.J. Maxx store in Downtown Indianapolis will reopen Sunday, a company spokesperson said.
The department store located at 50 N. Illinois St. in the 110-year-old William H. Block Building has been closed since it sustained damage during riots last May.
Dozens of downtown buildings and businesses were vandalized during unrest sparked by demonstrations against the police killings of Black Americans.
"We’re grateful for our Indianapolis customers’ patience, and look forward to once again offering them an ever-changing selection of high-quality, brand name and designer fashions at amazing value," a spokesperson said in an email.
T.J. Maxx has 12 locations in Central Indiana, including stores in Castleton, Noblesville, Plainfield, Speedway and Whitestown.