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SAN FRANCISCO – The Bay Area will receive the first new TargetExpress stores to open nationwide. The condensed outpost from the big box giant will open three locations in the region, including two in San Francisco and one in Berkeley.

These TargetExpress stores will contain 20,000 square feet or less. A 20,000-square-foot store is set to open at 225 Bush Street, next to the Montgomery BART station in San Francisco’s financial district. A 17,000-square-foot store will debut at 1830 Ocean Ave. in southwest San Francisco, while another 12,355-square-foot TargetExpress will open at 2187 Shattuck Ave. in Berkeley.

The Bush and Shattuck stores are scheduled to open next spring. The Ocean store is still in the planning stages. No opening date has been set.

The test store for the TargetExpress concept opened in the retailer’s hometown of Minneapolis this July.

All three Bay Area TargetExpress transactions were executed by Matt Kircher of Terranomics Retail Services.

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