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Target to hire more workers at Jantzen Beach

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Tuesday, August 07, 2012

Target announced it will hire 100 additional workers for its expanded Jantzen Beach location.

The new 138,000-square-foot store at Jantzen Beach is expected to open in October. The original store closed in early June and was demolished and the new location was built in its old parking lot.

Target's move is part of a $50 million overhaul at Jantzen Beach that's expected to bring around 30 new stores and as many as 500 retail jobs. Edens, the Columbia, S.C.-based developer and mall owner, is reworking the mall into a 100,000-square-foot, U-shaped design that allows shoppers to access stores from the outside.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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