The new store is located in the East River Plaza, which is also the home to a Costco and Best Buy. Though the first Manhattan-based Target, it marks the ninth store in New York City, including outer boroughs Brooklyn, Bronx and Queens.
In addition to typical Target merchandise, the store will include a wide selection of multicultural offerings such as Spanish-language and Ebony greeting cards, Gospel and Latin music, Spanish-language books and movies, as well as ethnic dolls. Food and apartment-sized home décor will also be available.
Harlem designer collections will launch at the store, including IsabelandRubenToledo for Target (swimwear and towels), Stephen Burros for Target (urban knits) and Marcus Samuelsson for Target (kitchenware). Target will donate 5 percent of each product's purchase to a local Harlem non-profit of the designer's choice. The lines will also be available at select
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