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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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!