Target in New York

Target is expanding across the New York City metro area and we’re sharing the details here. Check back often as dates and details are bound to change.

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we love New York!

We’re all about bringing convenience, value and great design closer to home. And since we go where our guests go, we’re customizing each new store to ensure a locally relevant experience with assortments and shopping solutions that best fit the surrounding neighborhood’s needs.

We support the community, too. United Way of New York City, Edible Schoolyard NYC, Food Bank for New York City, Madison Square Boys and Girls Club, the Fund for Public Health in New York, the Brooklyn Museum, the Museum of Modern Art and the Studio Museum in Harlem are among the organizations we partner with.

We've logged more than 38,000 hours in volunteer projects with area non-profits, donated more than 1.1 million pounds of food through multiple food bank partners and provided 107 field trip grants to New York-area schools.

The exterior of Target's upcoming Brooklyn Midwood, NY, store

Brooklyn Midwood

Opening 2018 at the corner of Kings Highway and East 14th Street

This 37,700-square-foot location will offer guests everything they need for their fill-in shopping trip or weekly stock-up. Merchandise will include men’s and women’s apparel and accessories, a curated collection of home, kids’ and baby care products (including apparel, toys, sporting goods and more) a selection of fresh groceries and grab-and-go options, an assortment of healthcare, personal care and beauty products, and portable technology products and entertainment accessories. Guests will also find services including Target Mobile and Order Pickup.

Bullseye stands on the Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bensonhurst

Opening October 2017 at 6401 18th Avenue

The approximately 20,400-square-foot store will feature curated assortments for families (like products for kids and baby, and electronics, entertainment and sporting goods). Guests will find fresh grab-and-go groceries, along with select kosher items and meal solutions. They can also shop select home items and apparel for women, men, kids and baby, plus a range of health, personal care and beauty products. Services offered will include Target Mobile and Order Pickup.

The exterior of our Forest Hill, Queens store

Forest Hills

Now open at 7000 Austin Street near the Long Island Rail Road station

A two-level, 21,000-square-foot space, the Queens Target store is a quick stop for locals to find pharmacy, fresh grocery with grab-and-go food options, basic apparel (think tees, tanks and C9 active wear for men and women), health and beauty necessities, tech accessories and more. It’s stocked with a tailored assortment that caters to city-dwellers, including home products perfect for single family homes and condos. And to make each shopping trip as quick and easy as possible, we offer easy fulfillment options like order pickup, so guests can place an order online and pick it up at the store for free.

meet the team

Matt Parry (that's him above, third from the left) is a native New Yorker, Long Island Marathon finisher and Store Team Leader (the top Target executive in the store) of our new Forest Hills store. 
How long have you been with Target? 
I joined Target in 2012 at the Queens Place store. I was an Executive Team Leader (ETL), Sales Floor, a Senior ETL, Merchandising, and was promoted to Store Team Lead in March.
Tell us a little about yourself
I grew up outside of Syracuse, N.Y., in a town called Oneida. It's a small town that's claim to fame is the silverware that we actually sell at Target. I worked in the Oneida factory during high school so I always point the silverware out to my team at work. I currently live in Kew Gardens, Queens, and I've lived in Queens since 2006 when I started at St. John's University. My parents still live in Oneida where I grew up with my little brother. 
Tell us about the Forest Hills team
I’m so excited about our team at the store. There are about 60-70 team members—almost all of them are Queens residents, and many live in Forest Hills and walk to the store. It’s a really diverse neighborhood, and we have team members who speak English, Spanish, Hindi, Fuzhounese, Tagalog, Cantonese, Russian and Yoruba.
What are you most looking forward to in your new role at the Forest Hills store?
I'm looking forward to tailoring our assortment as we learn more about our Forest Hills guests. It's the coolest part about these smaller format stores. We can adapt fast to our guests and their needs, and truly give them the Target they want. I also really look forward to becoming part of the Forest Hills and Austin Street community. It's a very close-knit group of businesses and people. I can't wait to see how we fit in over time.


Herald Square

Opening October 2017 near 34th and Broadway

This 43,000-square-foot store will span two levels in Manhattan’s Herald Square. With two convenient locations on 34th Street and 33rd Street, the store will cater to neighboring residents, commuting professionals and visitors. Guests will enjoy a quick-trip shopping experience for everyday essentials, with a curated assortment that includes an open market grocery section with fresh food and grab-and-go options, on-trend apparel for the whole family, health and beauty products, as well as convenient services like a CVS Pharmacy, Order Pickup and self-checkout lanes. 

Guests enter Target's Fulton Street, Brooklyn store during its grand opening events

Downtown Brooklyn, City Point

Now open at 445 Albee Square in the new City Point development

In downtown Brooklyn’s bustling Albee Square, this Target sees traffic from neighborhood residents and students, as well as the nearby DeKalb Avenue subway station. Guests can find all the things they love at a full-scale Target, including apparel and accessories, home, kids and baby items, health and beauty, fresh groceries, electronics, entertainment and toys—as well as pharmacy and Starbucks.

The inside front window of our store in Tribeca, NYC


Now open at 255 Greenwich Street, on the corner of Greenwich and Murray Streets

The two-level, 45,000 square-foot location near the Financial District and Battery Park features pharmacy, apparel, accessories and shoes, food, home, beauty and baby items.

The store caters to locals who call the neighborhood home, or a second home, as the many busy office workers nearby do. This means offering more grab-and-go food options, organic foods, a big focus on apparel (including our exclusive design collaborations), and an adjusted home assortment to fit smaller New York City dwellings.

meet the team

Rob DeMarino (that’s him in the center)  is a native of New Jersey, avid golfer and Store Team Leader (STL) at our new Tribeca store. 

Tell us a little about yourself
I grew up in Ramsey, in North Jersey. I’m part of a big Italian family that likes to celebrate every holiday together. My brother works for the New Jersey Devils, my sister is a teacher, my mom is a stay-at-home mom and my father owns a trucking company. My sister has three kids, and our family is all about them now! When I’m not with family, I love to golf, watch movies and spend time with friends. 

How long have you been with Target?
Six years. I’ve had several Executive Team Leader roles across multiple store categories, and most recently was the STL at our Jersey City Target store.

What’s great about the Tribeca community? 
I love the Tribeca community! So many people come up to me asking when we're opening, so it feels great to be welcomed with open arms. With the mix of college students, tourists, working professionals and families, there's definitely a need for a Target in this area. I’m excited to see what resonates with the community. We’re going to listen closely to what our guests want and quickly respond to meet their needs. Also, this is the first Manhattan store, so it’s very important to me and my team that we exceed all of our New York City guests’ expectations!

What’s always in your Target cart or basket?
Food! I typically do my grocery shopping at Target. I also stock up on sporting goods because every time I golf, I lose all the balls I bought from the last time. 

The exterior of our Elmont, New York store

Elmont, New York

Now open at 1730 Hempstead Turnpike

This 24,500-square-foot store offers a one-stop shop for local residents and families. It's designed to meet local residents’ needs for better options for everyday essentials and frequent purchases—including select grocery items, apparel, home products catered to apartment and condo dwellers, tech, health and beauty items, as well as pharmacy.

The exterior of our Freeport, New York store

Freeport, New York

Now open at 248 Sunrise Highway

On the South Shore of Long Island, this 46,000-square-foot store brings convenient everyday essentials to local residents and families. There's a big focus on apparel and home assortments, grocery section with fresh produce, select toys and sporting goods. Freeport guests can also use Target Mobile and order pickup to make shopping as easy and convenient as possible.

good to know

  • 70+ stores in New York City metro area and counting.

  • $8.3MM given to the community in 2016.

  • 38K hours in volunteer projects with area non-profits.

  • 15K team members and counting.

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Target is honored to receive a City & State CSR Award in Promoting Health and Wellness.

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