MINNEAPOLIS — Target Corp. on Friday said it will unveil 10 smaller, urban footprint stores in 2012, with the first unit bowing in downtown Seattle, just two blocks from Pike’s Market.
The announcement was made during a media conference held at Target Field here, home of the Minnesota Twins. John Griffith, executive vice president of property development, said the size of the stores would be 60,000 square feet to 100,000 square feet. That’s roughly half the size of a typical Target, which ranges from 125,000 square feet to 180,000 square feet.
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