Target Corp. announced today that it has begun remodeling 30 general merchandise stores in the U.S. Upon completion of the construction in October 2012, the remodeled stores will offer an expanded selection of affordable and quality fresh foods to guests.
The June stores will be the second of three cycles of remodels for Target this year. Stores scheduled for the June remodel cycle span markets across the country, from Des Moines, Iowa, to El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio.
Homeowners plan to do more remodeling and spend more per project this year after delaying improvements, and that is good news for the top two U.S. home-improvement retailers Home Depot Inc. and Lowe’s Cos., an analyst said Monday.
The updates stores feature more colorful signage and easy-to-navigate floor plans. The stores were redesigned based on customer feedback and shopping patterns.
The first phase of Bergdorf Goodman’s (New York) men’s wear emporium renovation of its third floor contemporary designer space has been completed with the unveiling of the Lanvin shop.