By  on February 17, 2011

Target Stores on Wednesday gave a name to the small-format concept it unveiled in September — CityTarget. The stores will measure 60,000 to 100,000 square feet, about half the size of typical Targets, which are 125,000 to 180,000 square feet.

The first CityTarget unit will open next year on South State Street and Madison Street E. in Chicago in a U.S. historic landmark building formerly occupied by Carson Pirie Scott and now known as Sullivan Center. Target said it will preserve Sullivan Center, referring to it as a “Chicago treasure,” and added that the CityTarget will blend in with the building’s aesthetic.

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