Goodwill, Ross and Planet Fitness are scheduled to open this month. Photo by Raquel Hendrickson

Businesses within the new Edison Pointe shopping plaza are beginning to open this month.

The first opening is the Goodwill store, which plans a grand opening March 16 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The thrift store is offering a $5 gift card to the first 150 people in line. They will have coffee and doughnuts.

Those who bring a bag of donations during the opening weekend, March 16-18, will receive a $5 coupon.

Planet Fitness is already taking memberships and has its grand opening planned for March 27 at 11 a.m. The 24-hour gym is offering pre-grand opening discounts.

Ross Dress for Less is also on track to open in late March, but date and time have not been set.

Other upcoming businesses include Dunkin Donuts and Wingstop. Construction of a Burger King has not yet begun.

The plaza is at 20595 N. John Wayne Parkway on the northeast corner of John Wayne Parkway and Edison Road.

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  1. I have to wonder why there is not a dedicated right turn lane onto John Wayne Parkway at this Edison/347 corner. Also no right turn lanes into the huge shopping center that has just been built. Traffic already builds up every morning just to turn right on to the 347-John Wayne Pkway. The straight across and right turn only lane backs up clear to Butterfield parkway. There is a right turn lane into the Big 0 corner shopping Center but not the new huge center. Also there is a right turn only lane on the Culver Ice cream side, but we don’t have one on the busiest part of this intersection of Edison/347. Way to many cars out Edison everyday once these stores open it will be a rear ending nightmare with quick right turns into the shopping center :0(

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