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Target to Debut its Small Urban Store Concept in Seattle in 2012

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Mega-retailer Target—whose stores average between 125,000 and 180,000 square feet each—will open its first small urban-format store in Seattle in 2012. The new, smaller concept shops will range between 60,000 and 100,000 square feet, and will focus on stocking daily necessities. Like iPads.
· Target to open first small urban store in Seattle [AP]