The Miller Hill Mall in Duluth is about to offer several additional shopping options for guests, and just in time for the holiday season.

News broke this week that four new stores will be joining the Miller Hill Mall lineup and while one is a seasonal favorite, the others will be open year-round.

This is great news for the retailer, who recently added Just Cozy, a clothing store located across from American Eagle and situated between Spencer's and Glik's, and who will be welcoming Chick-fil-A onto its property in 2024.

The lineup of new stores at the Miller Hill Mall, which all anticipate being open in time for the holidays, includes:


BoxLunch will be opening soon across from Rue21 and Maurices, near JCPenny. No opening date was listed at this time. According to the Miller Hill Mall website, BoxLunch is a civic-minded web + brick-and-mortar-based specialty retailer offering a curated collection of licensed and non-licensed merchandise.

With every $10 spent on our pop culture-themed product offering of apparel, accessories, home goods, gifts and novelty, and collectibles, BoxLunch will help provide a meal secured by Feeding America® on behalf of local member food banks. Shop stress-free! Order on and visit your nearest BoxLunch store to pick up your gifts—shipping’s on us.

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Five Below

Five Below offers items for tweens and teens, mostly priced at $1 to $5. Items for sale are listed in categories such as room, toys and games, technology, beauty, style, arts and crafts, candy and snacks, and more. They also offer seasonal products for holidays like Halloween and Christmas.

According to its website, Five Below was founded in 2002 by David Schlessinger and Tom Vellios who opened their first store that year in Wayne, Pennsylvania. The company has since grown to more than 1,300 stores in 42 states, with sales hitting $2 billion in 2020.

They anticipated opening in Duluth on Friday, November 3.

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Collector's Connection

Collector's Connection, which also has a store in Superior, has moved its Duluth store from its current location in the nearby Village Square on Mountain Shadow Drive to the Miller Hill Mall.

At Collector's Connection, you can find an extensive selection of both new and used items, including sports cards, comics, graphic novels, card supplies, role-playing games, Magic: The Gathering products, Pokemon cards, CDs, vinyl records, and much more.

Owners say the new larger location will provide customers with a better shopping and gaming experience. To celebrate, they're hosting a Grand Opening & Halloween Party at their new location from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 28.

According to their Facebook post, the party will include a costume contest, trick or treating, music, and entertainment.

Hickory Farms

A retailer returning to the Miller Hill Mall for the holiday season only is Hickory Farms. While in years past Hickory Farms has opened seasonally as a small, stand-alone store inside the mall, this year they will temporarily occupy an actual store space,

According to their website, their "gourmet food and expertly curated gifts have been bringing delight to every occasion since 1951."

Hickory Farms products are crafted with the highest quality, fresh ingredients. Our savory meats, cheeses, and sweet desserts are carefully selected for you to share with your friends and family.

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Hickory Farms is expected to open at the Miller Hill Mall sometime in November.

These new additions are likely welcome news for both the Miller Hill Mall and Northland shoppers. It will certainly make the upcoming holiday shopping season feel a lot more festive inside the mall.

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