Target plans small-format store in another Boston neighborhood

Boston Business Journal | By Catherine Carlock
April 26, 2017

Minneapolis-based retail giant Target Corp. is continuing its small-format store expansion in Greater Boston, with plans to open a 21,500-square-foot location in Roslindale Village next year.

The small-footprint Target (NYSE: TGT) will open next March at a Staples location at 4165 Washington St.

Target has previously opened small-format urban stores at Packard’s Corner in Brookline and Central Square in Cambridge, with another expected to open this July in Stoneham. A three-level, 160,000-square-foot store opened on Boylston Street in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood in summer 2015.

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