678 Centre St. The F.W. Woolworth Company, one of the many "Five and Dime" stores that were once a staple in every city and town, served Jamaica Plain with inexpensive clothes, household goods, sewing supplies, linens, plants, pet supplies, paper goods and recorded music. In it's early days, it also had a lunch counter, although that was later removed. This store and many others owned by the parent firm were closed in a national restructuring in the late 1990s. The store is now home to a Footlocker store.