Target to leave its mark on San Francisco’s Metreon

November 16, 2010
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Attention Target shoppers. If there’s one thing that’s a sure sign of success and sales effectiveness in business, it’s recognizable branding. And big-deal retailers like Target have it down pat.

The bull’s-eye logo we’ve all come to know is about to leave its mark on the Mission. A $30 million, 85,000-square-foot Target store is headed to San Francisco’s Metreon Shopping Center, an area that’s been plagued by vacancies, and is in dire need of a boost. According to the San Francisco Business Times this week, Westfield is working on an upgrade that could include a 22-foot in diameter illuminated Target bull’s eye.

Below that a 3-by-7-foot “City Target” sign will be joined by new signs for AMC and IMAX. The target street entrance on Mission Street will be marked with another bull’s-eye as well as a red aluminum vertical blade sign, 38 feet high and six feet wide.

Other plans for the upgrade include an expanded food court containing such eateries as Coriander Thai, San Francisco Soup Co., So Green Yogurt and more.

For the full story on business development in the Bay area, click here: Target has big plans for Metreon sign | San Francisco Business Times.

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