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Photo: It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Target At Sunset And Western

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There are signs that a Target will soon grace the corner of Sunset and Western. An LAist reader snapped the photo you see here showing the familiar bulls-eye logo.

Target had quite a bit of trouble trying to make it to East Hollywood. The project was originally approved back in 2010, but locals filed lawsuits against the store for its proposed height and parking requirements. This forced Target to reconfigure the project and conduct a full environmental analysis, according to Curbed LA who described the specs this way:

The project is a 194,749 square foot structure, containing a 163,862 square foot Target, with around 30,000 square feet of other retail and food uses, plus 458 ground-level and above-ground parking spaces.

The size tells you that this isn't one of those scaled-down Targets that we will soon see at the Beverly Connection and already see downtown. Here's a preview of the coming attraction: