Customers at Brooklyn’s Target store in Atlantic Center Mall will get a pleasant surprise — and perhaps a little momentary vertigo– on their next visit, as the store unveiled on Wednesday a redesign that presents a dramatically different look.
The renovation, completed by Schimenti Construction Company, features major design improvements that aim to make the store more modern and customer-friendly, including the development of wider aisles in the children’s retail section to accommodate strollers and a streamlined checkout system.
So regular Target customers likely have watched the renovations unfold with little-to-no disruption since they started in January 2018.
Six additional self-check-out registers have been installed by the sky-bridge that leads to the Atlantic Center Mall and the in-store Starbucks and restrooms have moved over to the space overlooking Atlantic Avenue where the cafeteria-style seating area used to be.
Other upgrades to the store include new wooden wall panels, slotted wood ceilings, brighter light fixtures and red glass accents for a more contemporary look, along with updated beauty departments and more mannequins to provide shoppers with styling ideas.
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