We first reported Flint, MI's Five Below store move last fall.

They've been located on Miller Road in Flint Township for several years... just down the strip mall from DSW Shoe Warehouse.

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New Location for Five Below

Five Below is moving from its longtime home on Miller Road to Linden Road according to Flint Township's Economic Enhancement Director, Tracey Tucker.

Credit: Google Street view
Miller Road Five Below Location Credit: Google Street view

Fans of TJ Maxx, Hobby Lobby or Buffalo Wild Wings around the Flint area have likely noticed remodeling activity for the last few months.

Well, it's finally time for the official grand opening at Oak Brook Square.

Credit: Google Street View
Credit: Google Street View

Friday February 9th, 2024 is the official grand opening date. Although, they're already open to the public, now.

They're currently hiring, too.

Credit: Nate Reed
Credit: Nate Reed

The next time you're near Plato's Closet, you'll notice the giant blue sign next door.

A Second, New Five Below coming soon.

Much like Ross Dress for Less opening new locations in Grand Blanc and Burton, Five Below has a second location currently under construction, too.

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The new Grand Blanc Marketplace is taking shape along Saginaw Road at Holly Road. Five Below is taking some of the renovated space in the former buildings.

Fans in the southern part of Genesee County will have to wait a while longer before the Grand Blanc Five Below is ready to open. They're still deep in building construction, there.

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