Target plans $1.2 million renovation at Siegen store
The Target store on Siegen Lane is set to get a facelift, according to a plan review application approved by the city-parish Department of Public Works earlier this month. A $1.2 million renovation is planned for approximately 21,000 square feet of the store—which measures just shy of 198,000 square feet total—including an updated coffee area, mercantile sales floor, grocery sales area and back of the house areas. The food service area will remain unaffected, and no square footage will be added, the application says. RSP Architects, a Minneapolis-based firm—which is where Target's corporate headquarters are also located—is listed as the architect for the project. Target officials reached by Real Estate Weekly were unable to provide details on the timeline of the renovation at the store, which is located at 6885 Siegen Lane, just off Interstate 12. —Staff report
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