GLASSELL PARK — There are no elevators, jammed cartolators or rows of aisles that seem to stretch on for infinity. No, the new Glassell Park Target that quietly opened on Wednesday is not your typical, giant discount store.
Instead, the small-format Target, which replaced a Fresh & Easy on Eagle Rock Boulevard at El Paso Drive, is built with convenience and quick-shopping trips in mind. There is still a lot of space — 32,000 square-feet. But’s that’s small compared to a typical Target, which can sprawl over 175,000-square feet for a “super” Target.
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