A new Target store will be opening at the Danbury Fair Mall.
It will take over the space formerly occupied by Sears, according to an announcement made on Tuesday, June 21 by Macerich, owns and operates the mall.
The 126,000 square-foot two-level Target store will be the first in the City of Danbury.
"Target coming to Danbury Fair is the latest anchor-replacement success for Macerich's A-quality portfolio of regional town centers," Macerich President Ed Coppola said. "The terrific merchandise mix and attractive demographics surrounding Danbury Fair make this property a great match for all that Target has to offer."
Danbury Fair is one of New England's largest shopping destinations, anchored by JCPenney, Macy's, DICK's Sporting Goods and Primark, and with retailers and restaurants including Apple, lululemon, Anthropologie, Pottery Barn, Urban Outfitters, LL Bean, The Cheesecake Factory, Golf Lounge 18, Shake Shack and over 180 other shops.
The opening date for the new Target has not yet been announced.
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