Albury Amart will open its door to customers on Thursday.
For months, tradies and Amart staff have been working to transform the old Bunnings site into a furniture store.
The former outdoor garden area has been roofed in and combined with the existing structure to make up Amart's brand new showroom.
Amart's warehouse sits at the far end of the block on the other side of what will become Harris Farms.
Store manager Wayde Burfoot said more than 50 different trades were onsite at any given time during the transformation which was overseen by Wodonga's Premier Building and Construction.
About 17 staff have been employed full or part time at the Albury store.
Mr Burfoot said Tuesday's rain delayed works slightly but the finishing touches should be in place and the doors open on Thursday.
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He said it's hard to know how many people will visit during the soft open on Thursday, but the store expected a lot of people through over the weekend.
"It's hard to know how many people will come to be honest," he said.
"We've already have people jump the fences to try get into the actual construction site to come and have a look.
"And the hype around the town is pretty high for us walking around in our gear."
Mr Burfoot said the store would host a grand opening in February next year after the staff have settled in and the Christmas rush is over.