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Kings County’s sixth Target opening at Gravesend mall inside former toy store

Coming soon: Kings County’s sixth Target outpost will open next year in a space formerly occupied by now-bankrupt Toys ‘R’ Us at Gravesend’s Caesar’s Bay Shopping Center, off of the Bay Parkway.
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The bullseye is centering on Gravesend!

A new Target outpost will open next year at the neighborhood’s Caesar’s Bay Shopping Center, according to a spokeswoman for the retailer.

The store will fill more than one-and-a-half football fields’ worth of space across two stories of the Bay Parkway mall, a massive storefront combining the former Caesar’s Bay locations of kid-centric retailers Toys ‘R’ Us and Babies ‘R’ Us, which recently shuttered after their parent company declared bankruptcy, according to a New York Post report.

The new Target store will be Kings County’s sixth, joining two sister locations Downtown, two in Midwood, and one in Bensonhurst. And when it opens, the department store will join other big-box retailers inside the mall, including Kohl’s, Best Buy, and Modell’s, the Post reported.

Reach reporter Julianne McShane at (718) 260–2523 or by e-mail at jmcshane@schnepsmedia.com. Follow her on Twitter @juliannemcshane.
Updated 5:24 pm, March 19, 2019
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Reasonable discourse

Chyna Williams from The Bronx says:
Many people in the community, were hoping for Dunking Doughnuts. Their going to to be very disappointment by this. The space would be ideal for a mega-doughnuts, plus parking. I guess the Dunkin crew are gonna have to step up they’re game if they wanna make it in this doggy dog world!
March 19, 5:25 pm
Joey says:
I like small businesses.
March 19, 7:07 pm
Anna from Coney says:
Whole Foods would have been nice!
March 19, 7:35 pm
Sid from Boerum Hill says:
it was originally a Korvettes. Thank goodness not a Whole Paycheck.
March 19, 8:19 pm
Sid from Boerum Hill says:
I would rather see a second Bingo Wholesale...
March 19, 8:23 pm
Peccato Mundo from Ulan Bator says:
This site cries out for a Las Vegas style casino.
March 19, 11:40 pm
Jamie says:
A Florida style Tootsies would be great for the community. It's essentially a Costco but the goods and services are much better.
March 20, 8:50 am
Sid from Boerum Hill says:
I had to look it up Tootsies is a strip club LOL..
March 20, 10:12 am
Ro from Park Slope says:
That is an excellent location, right on the water, off the highway, lots of parking, and a new "Olive Garden" restaurant as well! E.J. Korvette's and, before that, Nelly Bly next to the Bay Parkway pier have been gone a long time. Hope this will revitalize the mall.
March 20, 4:04 pm

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