August 17, 2016
Target is continuing to roll out its small-format stores in the Bay Area, including a store in San Francisco’s Stonestown Galleria, as well as those in Palo Alto, Marin City, and Cupertino. It is Target’s fifth such store in the City, and the ninth in the Bay Area.
The 32,000-square-foot San Francisco store is slated to open in July of next year. The Palo Alto store, at Ravenswood Shopping Center in a shuttered 50,000-square-foot Sports Authority site, is planned to open at the same time.
The smaller format Targets are geared towards quick shopping trips for a “curated assortment” of groceries, portable technology and accessories, apparel, cosmetics and pharmacy services. The flexible-format allows Target to expand its footprint in dense, urban areas that don’t accommodate a typical 100,000-square-foot store.
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