Shopping, Department stores Fort Greene
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Getting your cheap one-stop-shopping fix is going to be even easier at Manhattan's first Target store, located within Harlem’s East River Plaza mall. To celebrate its grand opening, the megastore collaborated with a dream team of Harlem designers, tapping Isabel and Ruben Toledo to design swimsuits and towels ($18–$35), Stephen Burrows to create women’s clothing inspired by Harlem street style ($20–$35), and chef Marcus Samuelsson (owner of Red Rooster) for a line of kitchen wares and aprons ($4–$20). In addition to the usual big-box sections (fresh groceries, household products, electronics), you’ll find home decor specifically made for apartment living, like Itso storage cubes ($11) and fabric bins ($9).



Venue name: Target
Address: 139 Flatbush Ave

Cross street: at Fourth Ave
Opening hours: Mon–Sat 8am–11pm, Sun 8am–10pm
Transport: Subway: B, Q, 2, 3, 4, 5 to Atlantic Ave; D, M, N, R to Pacific St
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Mary B

No Target in the city is amazing. They are crowded and disorganized.  But I still end up spending most of my life here it seems. The Fort Greene location is particularly nice, because its very close to many major subway lines. They do run out of stuff sometimes, but its worth coming back for the great prices. On especially busy days, I'll just order online and then come pick up in-store. And the Atlantic Mall has a lot of great stores, so you can check other things off your list as well. I love it even for its faults. 

Evelyn D

I always trick myself when I go to a Target in the city and think I'll leave with everything I need. I went here to get a list of simple items like pillows, a laundry bag, a shower curtain, etc. after I'd recently moved to a new apartment. I left with nothing but some kraft macaroni and cheese. Beyond sad. They had next to nothing in stock (the pillow aisle was EMPTY. I repeat, EMPTY. It was a joke. Don't be a fool and come here expecting to get more than some snacks, get amazon prime!