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4 renderings of how Target wants to re-design its stores

Published: Monday, March 20, 2017 4:56 p.m. CDT
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This image provided by Target Corp. shows a rendering of an area of a redesigned Target store, featuring an "ease" entrance to the grocery section. On Monday, March 20, 2017, Target announced an ambitious redesign of its stores, aimed at helping people who need to dash in for essentials to get out quickly while encouraging those who want to wander the aisles to linger. The new layout will feature a separate entrance for shoppers who can use 10-minute parking to pick up an online order or some essentials. It will also have curved, more circular center aisles, instead of squared-off lines, meant to inspire people to explore. (Target Corp. via AP)
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(AP)
This image provided by Target Corp. shows a rendering of an area of a redesigned Target store featuring a curved center aisle, meant to inspire people to explore the merchandise. On Monday, March 20, 2017, Target announced an ambitious redesign of its stores, aimed at helping people who need to dash in for essentials to get out quickly while encouraging those who want to wander the aisles to linger. The new layout will feature a separate entrance for shoppers who can use 10-minute parking to pick up an online order or some essentials. It will also have curved, more circular center aisles, instead of squared-off lines, meant to inspire people to explore. (Target Corp. via AP)
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(Angie.Boigenzahn)
This image provided by Target Corp. shows a rendering of an area of a redesigned Target store, featuring an "ease" entrance to the Exchange/Returns and Order Pickup sections of the store. On Monday, March 20, 2017, Target announced an ambitious redesign of its stores, aimed at helping people who need to dash in for essentials to get out quickly while encouraging those who want to wander the aisles to linger. (Target Corp. via AP)
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(AP)
This image provided by Target Corp. shows a rendering of an area of a redesigned Target store, featuring an "inspiration" entrance, meant to inspire people to explore. On Monday, March 20, 2017, Target announced an ambitious redesign of its stores, aimed at helping people who need to dash in for essentials to get out quickly while encouraging those who want to wander the aisles to linger. The new layout will feature a separate entrance for shoppers who can use 10-minute parking to pick up an online order or some essentials. It will also have curved, more circular center aisles, instead of squared-off lines, meant to inspire people to explore. (Target Corp. via AP)

NEW YORK – In a move to bring shoppers back to its stores, Target is embarking on an ambitious redesign aimed at helping people who need to dash in for milk to get out quickly while encouraging those who want to wander the aisles to linger.

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