Redesign of Target stores to focus on speed, inspiration

The way you shop at Target likely will be changing.

The Minnesota-based retailer announced plans this week to invest $7 billion in redesigning its stores.

The new look will include separate entrances for shoppers focused on speed and those wanting to browse clothing and other items.

The convenience entrance will take shoppers to the grocery section and offer self-checkout lanes and online pickup. Outside, Target will designate parking for shoppers who want items delivered to their cars.

The other entrance will be more “inspiration” focused, Target said, and lead to clothing, accessory and beauty items.

Target plans to renovate 100 stores this year, 250 in 2019 and another 250 in 2019 as it works to reverse decreasing sales in established stores.

Sioux Falls has Target stores on The Empire East and Dawley Farm Village campuses.

Target store redesign

Redesign of Target stores to focus on speed, inspiration

The way you shop at Target likely will be changing.

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