Target comes to Indian Land

After months of speculation, it has officially been announced. Target is coming to Indian Land.

Target will take over 147,000 square feet of retail space in CrossRidge Center, a mixed-use commercial development off Highway 521. The property was purchased last month with a purchase price of $3,750,000 and a proposed completion date of October 2025.

“Our team has been working on this project with the Target corporation and county officials for more than a year,” noted Ben Cerullo, COO of CrossRidge Development. “We are thrilled that one of America’s most beloved retailers has chosen to locate at CrossRidge in Indian Land, bringing its unique upscale vibe and retail offerings to one of the fastest growing regions in South Carolina.”

Target will take up 15 acres and will be just down the street from the new Costco. The closest Target is the Blakeney location in Charlotte which is 7.2 miles away.

From the CrossRidge Master Plan

Lancaster County Councilmember Brian Carnes says that for as long as he has been on council, every time constituents hear there is a new project breaking ground they think it’s Target.

“Council is excited,” Carnes said. “Target is a Tier 1 retailer and they will add more sales tax to the area which will in turn lower your property taxes.”

More on CrossRidge Center

Strategically located just miles from Charlotte’s affluent Ballantyne Community, CrossRidge Center will ultimately encompass over 270,000 square feet of retail, restaurants, and entertainment. The initial phase of construction will open 28,000 square feet of dining and retail options in Q3 2024. Target’s latest store design, product assortment and amenity package will follow as the anchor tenant. An additional 150,000 square feet of restaurants and retail will open in subsequent phases through 2026.

In addition to dynamic shopping and dining, CrossRidge Center is designed as a gathering place for Lancaster County residents. The development focuses on ample green space for family and community gatherings, including a park with walking trails, a playground, and a splash pad. An amphitheater will host local and regional music acts regularly.

Target’s Latest Store Design

According to a press release from Target in 2022, all new Targets will be designed in their new model which features larger aisles and sustainability-focused improvements, such as the installation of natural refrigerants and rooftop solar panels where possible.

“Our new store layout is bigger than our previous stores, and that extra space and optimized layout ensures our team can offer the very best of Target to our guests, whether they’re shopping online or in our stores,” says John Conlin, senior vice president, properties, Target. “Guests are turning to us for more things now than they ever did before — more joy, more inspiration, more fulfillment options — and this new store design enables us to even more easily and efficiently deliver for our guests all those things and more, now and into the future.”

Photo Credit: Target



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4 responses to “Target comes to Indian Land”

  1. Lynda Parker

    Can hardly wait. Needed for so long.

  2. Rosalie Nast

    Indian Land is finally getting some important retail businesses. Thankful for Costco and Target. Now we just need some good restaurants!

  3. Helene Schilian

    Hopefully a Trader Joe’s will come to our area!

  4. Barbara Pressley

    We need a Family Restaurant with home cooked food or a food bar.

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