The retail giant is opening a new store in Seattle’s Pike Place Market, where it has struggled to fill its stores for years.
Target’s Target retail trade outlet, which opened in November, will open on Saturday, April 4.
It’s located just steps away from Target’s flagship store in the heart of downtown Seattle.
Target CEO Brian Cornell has said Target is expanding its footprint into the Pacific Northwest and is looking to open new stores in Seattle in the future.
Target is the nation’s second-largest retailer by sales, behind Walmart, and it also has an office in Seattle.
But it struggled to grow its sales and profit margins over the past decade as it grappled with growing consumer expectations.
Target has struggled with declining sales and profits for years, especially among millennials.
Target reported its fourth-quarter earnings in October, and its quarterly net income fell 16% to $11.8 billion.
The retailer’s revenue has been falling for several years as shoppers have moved online to buy goods online and as technology has helped it reach into the home.
Target said it plans to spend about $1.7 billion to expand its stores and hire about 2,000 more employees over the next three years.
The Seattle retailer has struggled for years to fill stores in the Pacific Southwest.