Bethel Target Store to expand to include Starbucks bar

Target stores across the country are getting a facelift and that includes the Target store in Bethel.

The retail giant pledged in March that it would invest some $ 4 billion to renovate many of its existing stores, add new stores and improve its online locations.

One of the Target stores that has received a major overhaul is the Stony Hill Road store in Bethel.

According to, a 13,000 square foot expansion is planned for the store, which has been at this Bethel location since 2004.

Part of the renovation will be used to improve the operational and execution capabilities of stores, as well as an upgrade to more modern lighting fixtures, health updates such as touchless bathrooms and the addition of hand disinfection stations. Another part of the plan is to add a Starbucks coffee bar next to the current Target Cafe, which would also benefit from a complete overhaul.

Since the start of the pandemic, Target has relied heavily on its contactless order pickup and training services, which grew 235% in 2020. As there is an increasing demand for products, the store’s reserve Bethel can only hold about 50 percent of the product needed to function properly, so more space was needed to store additional inventory.

Bethel’s location isn’t the only target to have a planned overhaul this year. According to a press release from the company, they are giving 150 locations what they call a “major shine.”

In addition to the additional storage space, the project would also include a new employee lounge, a training conference room and the Starbucks coffee bar.

Other additions to the Bethel store will include a Disney store, a possible Ulta store, and in February the company also announced its partnership with Apple to roll out Apple mini stores in select locations.

Target has already renovated some 800 stores across the country.

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