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Target Opening

New Target Store will Open in Crossroads of Taylorsville Center

Store Coming Soon
Post Date:10/02/2019 4:38 p.m.

Target openingThe City of Taylorsville is pleased to welcome Target to the Crossroads of Taylorsville, 5800 S. Redwood Road, with an expected opening in late 2020.

“We are thrilled that Target has chosen Taylorsville as its new store site,” said Mayor Kristie Overson in making the announcement.  “Target is, of course, well known for its customer service, modern design concepts and the high quality of its products and merchandise.  More so, the company has a community mindset and takes pride in community involvement and service.  We are very much looking forward to this partnership.”

The site offers high visibility and an ease of location, Overson said, noting that Taylorsville’s proximity in the heart of the Salt Lake Valley makes the city the perfect place for investment and new growth.  The I-215 freeway exits directly into Taylorsville and into The Crossroads center.  The center and store are also bordered by main arterial Redwood Road to the east and 5400 South at the north of the center.

“Target is sure to bring added value to the Crossroads of Taylorsville shopping center,” said Community and Economic Development Director Wayne Harper.  “Target is the perfect fit, providing a strong foundation for the continued vitality and vibrancy of the area.”

2020 Vision logoTarget’s opening fits right in with the City’s 2020 Vision, including new master-planning efforts focusing on retail centers as well as commercial district envisioning and revitalization.  The planning efforts have concentrated on four primary areas, including 5400 S. Redwood Road.  At 166 acres, it is the largest of the four commercial center study areas.  On the east side of this study area is the Taylorsville Walmart, and Utah’s only Regal Cinemas is located on the west.  Additional stores in the Crossroads of Taylorsville include a Jo-Ann store, TJ Maxx, Ross, FYE, and Harmons.

Target will replace the Shopko store in that location, which closed in March 2019. 

 

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