Target reveals plan to remodel 14 MN stores – nine in Twin Cities

Five others in Greater Minnesota will also be revamped.
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Target's ongoing investment in store remodels will reach nine more locations in the Twin Cities and five in Greater Minnesota.

The Minneapolis retailer announced on Monday that it'll be investing $50 million to give the metro area stores a makeover similar to some that have already happened in the metro.

The following stores are getting remodels, work on some of which has already begun:

  • Baxter
  • Bloomington
  • Buffalo
  • Cottage Grove
  • Crystal
  • Eagan
  • Edina
  • Hutchinson
  • Shakopee
  • Stillwater
  • Vadnais Heights
  • Virginia
  • Willmar
  • Winona

By the end of 2020, Target will have revamped more than 1,000 of its stores across the country after embarking on a $7 billion investment program announced in 2017.

Some 28 Twin Cities stores that underwent makeovers in 2018, and Target said the new look for its stores was a major reason for it posting its biggest sales growth in over a decade earlier this month.

The remodels will include new merchandising displays and lighting to create a "warm and inviting atmosphere," the addition of nursing areas for moms, and separate order pickup and guest service counters as Target improves its options for pickup customers.

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