MINNEAPOLIS — Target Corp.’s commitment to an urban growth strategy featuring flexible-format stores carrying assortments tailored to the local clientele is taking the retailer into Los Angeles’ Koreatown. The Koreatown store is the fifth Target store of 27,400 square feet or less to open this spring. Another 21 flexible-format stores are set to open later this
MINNEAPOLIS — Target Corp. opened four of its “flexible format” stores on October 6, including a two-story, 45,000-square-foot store on Greenwich Street in New York’s Tribeca neighborhood to serve city dwellers, office workers, tourists and others. Target on that date also opened flexible-format stores in Philadelphia; Cupertino, Calif.; and State College, Pa. The company now
NEW YORK — Target Corp. has brought its flexible format to Manhattan, opening a two-story, 45,000-square-foot store to serve millennials and other city dwellers in the trendy neighborhood of Tribeca. The store is one of four flexible format stores Target opened on Wednesday. The other three are in Philadelphia; Cupertino, Calif.; and State College, Pa.
MINNEAPOLIS — Target Corp.’s commitment to an urban growth strategy featuring flexible-format stores carrying assortments tailored to the local clientele is taking the retailer into Manhattan’s East Village neighborhood with a store set to open in 2018. Target’s website notes that the two-level, 27,000-square-foot store will offer apparel and accessories, home goods, food (with grab-and-go
MINNEAPOLIS — Target’s flexible approach to store size and format is evident from the company’s most recently announced store location, which is scheduled to open in 2018 in Manhattan’s East Village neighborhood. According to Target’s web site, the store will have about 27,000 square feet of selling space, over two levels, and the merchandise on