Target Stores, Inc.

Springfield, Pennsylvania

New “Unique” Store – Construction of the new, two-story Target store (± 190,000 SF) at Springfield Mall followed demolition of the existing three-story Starwbridge’s Department Store.

Architect:  Mulvanny G2
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Stafford Township, New Jersey

New Store, ± 138,000 SF – LEED Silver Certified

Architect:  Mulvanny G2
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

New “Unique” Store on City Avenue. Project scope included:
– Demolition of 23-story Adam’s Mark Hotel
– Extensive sitework including new utilities, curbing, sidewalks, parking lots, and landscaping
– Construction of new ± 167,000 SF store plus additional retail outparcels
– Parking garage underneath half of the store
– MBE/WBE participation goals

Architect:  Owner
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Upper Providence Township, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 125,000 SF

Architect:  RSP Architects
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York, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 125,400 SF plus Site Improvements

Architect:  RSP Architects
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Springfield, Pennsylvania

Retrofit of existing structure into a new Target Store, ± 135,000 SF

Architect:  Owner

Irwin & Leighton’s first project with Target!


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Additional Projects for Target

Lititz (Warwick Township), Pennsylvania

New Store, ±133,500 SF

Architect:  Mulvanny G2
Hanover, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 133,300 SF

Architect:  RSP Architects
Philadelphia (Bridesburg), Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 135,000 SF

Architect:  Mulvanny G2

Store Remodel including Grocery
and Refrigeration Upgrades

Architect:  RSP Architects
Langhorne/Oxford Valley, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 118,400 SF

Architect:  Owner

Store Expansion and Remodel
± 10,000 SF Addition and ± 110,000 SF Remodel

Architect:  RSP Architects

Store Remodel including Grocery
and Refrigeration Upgrades

Architect:  RSP Architects
Uwchlan Township, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 127,000 SF

Architect:  Mulvanny G2

Store Remodel including Grocery
and Refrigeration Upgrades

Architect:  RSP Architects
West Pottsgrove Township, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 137,000 SF

Architect:  RSP Architects
Lower Nazareth Township, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 130,000 SF

Architect:  Owner
Philadelphia (West), Pennsylvania

Store Remodel including Grocery
and Refrigeration Upgrades

Architect:  RSP Architects
Springfield, Pennsylvania

Store Remodel including Grocery
and Refrigeration Upgrades

Architect:  RSP Architects
Spring Township, Pennsylvania

Store Remodel including Grocery
and Refrigeration Upgrades

Architect:  RSP Architects
Princeton, New Jersey

Store Remodel including Grocery
and Refrigeration Upgrades

Architect:  Robert M. Lucius
Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Store Expansion and Remodel,
± 10,000 SF Addition and ± 125,000 SF Remodel

Architect:  Robert M. Lucius
Abington, Pennsylvania

Two Store Remodels including Grocery
and Refrigeration Upgrades

Architect:  RSP Architects
Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 125,300 SF

Architect:  RSP Architects
Mantua, New Jersey

New Store, ± 128,200 SF

Architect:  Mulvanny G2
Muncy, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 125,300 SF

Architect:  RSP Architects
Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 125,000 SF

Architect:  KKE Architects
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 127,000 SF

Architect:  RSP Architects
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 125,000 SF

Architect:  Owner
Lancaster, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 122,500 SF

Architect:  KKE Architects
Middle River, Maryland

New Store, ± 122,500 SF

Architect:  Owner
Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 125,000 SF

Architect:  RSP Architects
Dickson City, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 125,300 SF

Architect:  Owner
East Windsor, New Jersey

New Store, ± 130,000 SF

Architect:  Robert M. Lucius
Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 125,000 SF

Architect:  Owner
Warrington, Pennsylvania

New Store, ± 130,000 SF

Architect:  Owner


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