Target will balloon store remodel slate

Will amp up to more 1,000 remodels by the end of 2020 and expand its Restock program nationwide

Target will balloon store remodel slateNew York – Opening its first mid-town Manhattan store tomorrow, Target has announced that it is dialing up the pace of remodels – way up.

Target said it will accelerate the number of store remodels to more than 1,000 by the end of 2020 and expand its Restock program nationwide next year. The remodels will feature its next generation store design.

In addition, Target continues to expand its small-format stores. Along with its opening tomorrow in NYC’s Herald Square, Target is opening 10 other small-format stores located in Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Minneapolis this week..

That brings Target’s total of small-format stores to 55. By the end of 2019, Target plans to operate more than 130 small-format locations nationwide, including its first Vermont location in South Burlington, slated to open in fall 2018.

The company is also opening a traditional store in Honolulu this week.

“We’re elevating every aspect of how we serve our guests, including reimagining hundreds of stores, opening new small-format stores, introducing new and exclusive brands, pursuing an aggressive digital strategy and transforming the way we replenish our stores and get products to our guests,” said chairman and ceo Brian Cornell.

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