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City Target May Join Trader Joe's At USC Village

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It looks like a City Target will join Trader Joe's at the new USC Village. USC Village is already getting a 12,700-square-foot Trader Joe's, and now it looks like it's getting a City Target, too. According to Downtown Rising, a "reliable source" has indicated that City Target has signed a lease for a vast majority of the available 115,000 square feet of retail space. For comparison, downtown's City Target at FIGat7th is about 100,000 square feet.

Other tenants in the USC Village include a Bank of America and a Starbucks, with the possibility of a few other shops or eateries signing on in the future. The entire complex is scheduled for completion in 2017.

Hollywood residents may be feeling a little jealous right now, considering their massive Target is still nothing more than a husk towering over Sunset Blvd.

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