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DC's Fourth Target Store Coming to the Northern Edge of the City
DC is getting a fourth Target location.
Target has signed a lease to bring a small-format location to the Douglas Development project planned at the intersection of Georgia and Eastern Avenues NW (map). The 30,000 square-foot store will have inventory tailored to the neighborhood as well as a service that would allow shoppers to make their purchases online and pick them up from the store.
The chain has deployed similar small-format concepts in College Park and other urban or college areas. Douglas and Target have also announced a location proposed for Ivy City; another is in the works in Cleveland Park.
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This is the same site for which Douglas had previously been granted zoning approval to develop Georgia Eastern at 7828 Georgia Ave NW (map), a project that would have delivered 215 apartments above a Harris Teeter. An appeal of that development is still ongoing, although the developer seems to have motioned to withdraw the case earlier this year.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/dcs-fourth-target-store-coming-to-the-northern-edge-of-the-city/13946.
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