Target adds three New York City stores

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Grand openings set for October 25

NEW YORK — Target is expanding its presence in New York, with three stores set to have grand openings in the city on October 25.

Target New York City

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The new stores are located in Manhattan (at 1863 Broadway on the Upper West Side and at 615 10th Avenue in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood), and on Staten Island. Target has focused much of its expansion effort in recent years on urban neighborhoods and college towns, including with smaller stores. Target now 25 stores across New York City, 13 of which are small-formats. Those figures include nine stores, eight of them small-formats, in Manhattan. The retailer operates nearly 1,900 stores nationwide, including 140 small-format stores.

Target’s store opening plans for this year also includes stores in Los Angeles (at 18th and La Cienega, on Sunset Boulevard and on South Sepulveda Boulevard); in Chicago (on W. Webster Ave. in Lincoln Park South and on Foster Avenue in Mayfair); and in Boston (on Cambridge Street in Beacon Hill and on Geneva Avenue in Dorchester Fields Corner).





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