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Target to open small Beacon Hill store

Target has plans to open an roughly 11,000-square-foot retailer in Beacon Hill.

The location, slated for 100 Cambridge St., might be notably smaller than the retailer’s commonplace, big-box shops — one in every of dozens of the “small-format” shops that it intends to roll out throughout the nation, Target confirmed in an announcement Wednesday.

“As we get closer to opening the store, we’ll have more specific details to share — including how the shopping experience will be tailored to serve local guests and the grand opening date,” the corporate mentioned in an announcement to Boston.com.

The new retailer format is deliberate in areas the place Target’s conventional shops are just too huge to suit, in accordance with the retailer.

“These formats offer many of the same categories guests expect in a full-size store, with a curated assortment of products tailored to match the needs and preferences of the community,” the assertion says. “We plan to open approximately 30 of these stores every year for the next few years.”

The announcement provides to the checklist of pending retailer openings for Target throughout the Bay State.

An 80,000-square-foot retailer is anticipated to open on the Cape Cod Mall in Hyannis this fall. A 27,000-square-foot location is deliberate in Dorchester’s Fields Corner neighborhood on Geneva Avenue subsequent yr, and a 40,000-square-foot location on the North Quincy MBTA station, 289 Hancock St., can be within the works.

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