Target renovating half its Twin Cities stores

On Monday, Target announced that it will be putting $250 million into reimagining 28 of the stores in the Twin Cities.

MINNEAPOLIS - Target will renovate about half of its Twin Cities stores, in preparation for a company-wide remodeling spree.

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On Monday, Target announced that it will be putting $250 million into reimagining 28 of the stores in the Twin Cities. Last year, it renovated the Nicollet Mall store as a test, and the company says feedback from shoppers is impacting the 2018 remodels.

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The remodeled stores will feature elements from Target's next generation design.

Target plans to remodel all of its area stores over the next few years, and about 1,000 stores nationwide by the end of 2020.

The following stories are on the list to be remodeled in the Twin Cities first:

Chanhassen

Blaine

Burnsville

Champlain

Lino Lakes

Maple Grove North

Edina

Monticello

Lakeville

Woodbury

Lake Street

Knollwood

Savage

North St. Paul

East St. Paul

Richfield

Woodbury East

Apple Valley

Ridgedale

Apple Valley South

Shoreview

West St. Paul

Forest Lake

Otsego

Plymouth

Fridley

Medina

Waconia