By  on June 6, 2018

Target Corp. is building a critical mass of smaller stores in New York’s five boroughs, especially Manhattan and Brooklyn. While Walmart Inc. continues to eschew those environs, Target seems intent on saturating the market with its smaller, flexible-format stores.

The Minneapolis-based retailer on Wednesday said a 50,000-square-foot unit will open in 2020 in Central Brooklyn at the intersection of Kings Highway and Foster Avenue. It’s the 27th store Target has opened or has in the works in New York City, and the seventh unit in Brooklyn.

To continue reading this article...

load comments
blog comments powered by Disqus