Thursday, May 17, 2018

Target sets July 21 opening date on 14th Street and Avenue A



Target has gotten specific with its "July 2018" opening date. The small-format store on 14th Street and Avenue A will debut on July 21, the company announced yesterday. (H/T Curbed!)

As reported last summer, this Target will take up two levels, selling men’s and women’s apparel and accessories, food (with grab-and-go sandwiches, salads, beverages), health and beauty items, and electronics.

The Target is the retail centerpiece (for now!) at EVGB ("East Village's Greatest Building!!!"), the nickname that Extell Development bestowed upon this retail-residential complex

Officials also said that the EV Target will employ 110 people.

Meanwhile, Target also announced that they're opening a similar small-format store — not too far away — on Second Avenue and 29th Street in Kips Bay Court next year...



By 2019, Target will reportedly have eight outposts in Manhattan.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Target is hiring on 14th Street and Avenue A

Time to rent at EVGB, where studios ('lofts') start at $3,695

Target offers details about its flexible-format store opening summer 2018 on 14th and A

Breaking (pretty much!): Target is coming to 14th Street and Avenue A (55 comments)

More on Target, and a look at its incoming home on 14th Street and Avenue A

Extell's new development at 524 E. 14th St. launches lottery for 50 affordable units

New 7-floor buildings for East 14th Street include 150 residential units

The disappearing storefronts of East 14th Street

5 comments:

JQ LLC said...

Are these outlets suppose to be Target's version of a corner bodega?

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Anonymous said...

Fiiiiiiinnnnallyyyyyyy

Anonymous said...

I wonder what Target thinks of the vegetable stand, food truck and abandoned food truck that mucked up the pretty white concrete with exhaust and oil stains outside of their shiny new establishment?

paddy7812 said...

better get a bucket, I think im going to be sick.

Giovanni said...

Remember, it’s not Target, it’s Tar-Zhay. Expect more. Settle for less.