Walmart’s neighborhood market is opening up its first store in the United States, and it’s opening it to everyone.
The market will open at the Walmart Supercenter on the west side of San Jose, and will feature a full range of products, from home décor to electronics, in a small, urban shopping center that will be home to Walmart employees and their families.
There will also be a Walmart Kids area, where kids will be able to shop for a variety of toys and games, as well as toys and clothing for children ages 3 to 18.
It’s unclear how many people will be onsite, but we expect the market to attract some people who have not yet visited Walmart stores, which will likely attract a few thousand shoppers, according to a Walmart spokesperson.
The store will be open for two weeks, and its opening will begin at 11 a.m.
PST on the first Tuesday of each month, with an initial public opening of 1 p.m., per Walmart.
The new store is located in the mall’s parking lot.
Walmart has been struggling to attract new shoppers, with the company losing nearly $5 billion in sales in 2016, according a report from The Wall Street Journal.
Its market share has been declining for several years, and the company recently announced plans to close more than half of its stores in 2019.