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Target to Rename State Street Store as 'Target'

The Loop store first opened in 2012 in the historic Sullivan Center location once occupied by Carson Pirie Scott

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    State Street’s CityTarget store is about to become… a Target.

    The retailer announced in a blog post Tuesday that the State Street store, and 13 other CityTarget and TargetExpress locations across the country, would be renamed as “Target” stores.

    “Big or small, our stores have one thing in common: They’re all Target. Guests can walk into a Target store of any shape or size and find great merchandise, helpful team members, clean, bright aisles and incredible value,” the Minnesota-based company wrote. “What better way to stand behind that promise than with our own Bullseye?”

    The Loop store first opened in 2012 in the historic Sullivan Center location once occupied by Carson Pirie Scott.

    The 124,000-square-foot store, two-floor location features a pharmacy, groceries, apparel, accessories, toys, sporting goods, electronics and Chicago-themed merchandise.

    The renamed stores will be rebranded with the company’s name and logo beginning in October.

    The company also noted that it has six new stores scheduled to open in October, including one in Chicago that will be a “smaller, flexible format” store.

    “Rest assured, they will all be Target,” the company wrote.