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Chick-fil-A considers Bloomington restaurant

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Chick-fil-A Inc. has shared its tentative plans with city officials in Bloomington, Minn., to open a new 132-seat restaurant, the Business Journal reports.

The popular Atlanta-based fast-food chain wants to tear down and replace a former Target Commercial Interiors building along Interstate 494.

Target Corp. in Minneapolis -- which still owns the two-acre site -- is expected to sell the land for the project, according to the Journal.

Chick-fil-A currently has three Minnesota locations. The company announced plans for resturants in Apple Vally, Coon Rapids and Maple Grove last year.

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