Target Corp. plans to open a 36,000-square-foot store in the Lincoln Square residential and retail project at Broad Street and Washington Avenue in South Philadelphia.
The store will feature a grocery section, with fresh produce and grab-and-go items, as well as clothing, sporting goods, beauty products, a pharmacy operated by CVS Health, and other offerings, the company said in a release Tuesday.
The Minneapolis-based retailer said it is aiming to open the store in the Kimco Realty Corp.-owned development in October 2018.
The store will be the Target's sixth in Philadelphia to deploy its "flexible format" approach involving smaller, urban-oriented alternatives to its big-box stores. Two such stores are currently operating in Center City. A Roxborough store opened last month, and an additional store is under development in Fairmount.