Full-sized Target coming to former Dillard’s at Provo’s Towne Centre
PROVO — Residents of Provo will soon have another retail therapy resource at their disposal: a brand-new Target.
Avid fans of the national retailer will tell you Target runs are not errands but necessities for their well-being. And after years of Provo residents driving to Orem to get their “Target fix,” their dream of having a full-sized Target in Provo is becoming a reality.
Real estate firm Brixton Capital announced Monday that a new Target will occupy the former Dillard’s building at Provo Towne Centre.
“We are thrilled to be able to offer Provo City residents a new Target store at the Provo Towne Centre, making this their second retail location,” Provo Mayor Michelle Kaufusi said. “Target’s commitment to our community and Brixton’s efforts to revitalize an essential commercial center reflect the strength of Provo’s economy. We look forward to Brixton’s ongoing investment in Provo at Provo Towne Centre.”
Target’s first small-format store in Utah was opened in Provo in 2018. Located at 1290 N. State, the store is only 26,100 square feet in size.
The Target coming to Provo Towne Centre will be the traditional larger-sized store at 135,000 square feet.
Brixton Capital said the Target is “another milestone in its renovation” of the mall, the firm said in a press release.
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