The new Minnesota stores include a 132,400-square-foot general merchandise prototype in Waconia and a 186,000-square-foot SuperTarget prototype in Otsego, reports
The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal
. Both prototypes have more space for food and electronics, and are compliant with the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program. Target plans to roll out 100 of the new prototype stores next year.
After the rollout, Minneapolis-based Target will have 1,685 stores in 48 states.
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