MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Get ready for a Target near you to get a top-to-bottom makeover.
The Minneapolis-based retailer is planning to spend $250 million on 28 Twin Cities stores.
The improvements will include a new counter for online orders, a display near the entrance with seasonal home goods and apparel.
Plus, there will be additional self-checkout lanes, new produce bins and grocery displays, as well as a nursing room.
Stores will get updated flooring, lighting, new colors and upbeat music.
Target also plans to add 10 liquor stores in the area.