In some welcome news for the retail industry, retail giant Target is set to open seven new stores in California.
There has been a lot of bad news in the retail industry lately, with stores closing down across the United States.
However, in some recent positive news, Target will be opening seven new stores in California.
"Like the hub of a wheel, each new store and its team members not only support the local community. They also help Target move — getting goods when and where guests need them, however they want to shop...And each step of the way, we work closely with local officials and guests to develop stores that truly make shopping easy, inspiring and affordable." Target statement
Some of these stores "will include new design elements that reflect the local community, experiences that highlight new brands, assortment and services, and sustainable features."
New Target stores opening in California
- Grass Valley
Located at 111 West McKnight Way, Grass Valley, CA, 95949-9637
Approx. 90,705 sq. ft.
- Inglewood Florence and La Brea
Located at 220 N. La Brea Ave.
Approx. 34,000 sq. ft.
- Los Angeles
Located at Southeast Corner of W Olympic Blvd & S Vermont Ave.
Approx. 50,000 sq. ft.
- NoHo Valley Plaza
Located at 12121 Victory Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91606
Approx. 76,000 sq. ft.
- San Diego 10th and G
Located at 660 10th Ave
Approx. 36,000 sq. ft.
- San Fernando
Located at 12920 Foothill Blvd, San Fernando, CA
Approx. 103,000 sq. ft.
- Yorba Linda
Located at 17506 Yorba Linda Blvd
Approx. 40,000 sq. ft.
California currently has 314 Target stores, the most of any state.
No opening dates have been set for the stores above, but I will update readers as soon as there are any new announcements.
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