Less than a year after the Christmas Tree Shops filed for bankruptcy and closed all of their locations, one of the many former stores is getting a new tenant.

Last month the owner of the iconic windmill adorned Christmas Tree Shop in Bourne announced that an outdoor furniture store would be moving into the building this spring.

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Now another former Cape Cod CTS has a fresh tenant of their own.

The Falmouth store on Davis Straits/Route 28 will soon be an Aldi Supermarket.

Building owner Greg Bilezikian announced last week that he has signed a 10-year lease with the supermarket chain and construction on the building is underway.

The German-based Aldi grocery stores are known for their discount prices that help consumers pay much less than the national average.

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The new Falmouth Aldi will be the first on Cape Cod, the closest location currently being in Wareham. Bilezikian says shoppers can start saving this upcoming summer.

In addition to renovating the 23,250-square-foot store with fridges and freezers, reconstruction of the Falmouth Plaza's parking lot will also be needed.

According to Bilezikian, the shopping center is nearly 60 years old, so access and parking changes need to be made to bring things up-to-date with current local rules and regulations.

There are still dozens more empty former Christmas Tree Shops throughout New England and only time will tell just who will move into one next.

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