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Lumber Liquidators store opened on Milpas Street.

Lumber Liquidators store opened on Milpas Street.


Hardwoods Sprout Up on Milpas Street


Rooms and spaces in the old post office on Milpas Street have sprung up to feature Lumber Liquidators’ low-priced hardwood flooring, as well as moldings, accessories, and tools. Designed to be the specialty retailer’s first LEED-certified green building, about one-quarter of the 7,400-square-foot space showcases solid hardwood, engineered hardwoods, bamboo, cork, vinyl wood plank, and laminates from among the company’s more than 400 flooring varieties. The store at 18 South Milpas Street is Lumber Liquidator’s 39th in California.

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