Target Kicks Off Remodels in Dallas Market
Target has kicked off a $220-million, 28-store renovation project in the Dallas-Fort Worth market.
It’s the Minneapolis-based retailer largest remodel investment in a single market, and part of its plan to reimagine hundreds of stores across the country over the next three years.
Earlier this month, eight North Texas stores completed their remodels, and celebrated with grand reopening events for customers.
Each reimagined store got a top-to-bottom overhaul with customized design and functionality. The food and beverage department was updated with wood-grain fixtures, new flooring, LED lighting and products merchandised together to offer customers meal ideas. For customers convenience, there are new grab-and-go foods in the front of the stores.
For housewares, the home department features inspirational product vignettes and displays that let guests shop everything they need for a certain area of their home without having to go to each of the different sections of the store.
The retailer also updated its order pickup and ship from store services that make it easier for customers ordering online.
The Dallas-Fort Worth remodels are scheduled to be completed this fall.