Target Comes to Prices Corner


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Tim Griffiths , Staff

Prices Corner is one of the oldest shopping centers in Delaware. Target is going to be moving into a vacant building on the lot, one of the biggest changes in 50 years. This will help to bring in more people giving the image back to the shopping center. Work has been started inside of the shopping center but it is unclear when it will be open to the public. The store is going to be about 113,000 square feet on the first floor. This Target will be the fourth one to be in Delaware, including US 13 in Dover, Brandywine Town Center, and Christiana Mall. Target will replace one of the country’s longest-standing brands in Sears. The company that controls Sears and Kmart has closed hundreds of stores nationwide. By early 2020, the Sears at the Concord Mall will be Delaware’s only Sears that left.