A new Target store is scheduled to open to the public on Sunday, April 2 at 220 N. LaBrea Ave. at the intersection of Florence and LaBrea.
The store held a soft opening March 28 and are excited about bringing the store to the soon to be revitalized Downtown Inglewood area.
“We’re excited to bring the joy of Target to new guests and help them discover a unique shopping experience tailored to the needs of the Inglewood community,” said Kahalia Waugh, store director of the new Inglewood Florence and La Brea Target store. “We offer a wide assortment of Target’s top owned and national brands spanning across home, apparel, adult beverage and much more. Guests can also shop on their own terms with our easy, contactless and industry-leading Drive Up, Order Pickup, and same-day delivery with Shipt services – ready within a couple of hours with no membership required for the easiest shopping experience in retail,” said Kahalia Waugh, store director.
Target has been an active partner in the Los Angeles area since opening our first store in 1983 and the new Inglewood location will be its 123rd store in the greater Los Angeles area, which all together employs approximately 21,721 team members. This will be the second store in Inglewood.
Guests will find a wide assortment of Target’s top-owned and national brands spanning across home, apparel, adult beverages and much more:
- Drive Up, Order Pickup and same-day delivery with Shipt services
- CVS pharmacy and Starbucks location
In 2022 in the Los Angeles County area, Target donated over $7.6 million in cash and product donations to area nonprofits, including over 3.5 million pounds of food to local food banks.
Additional community partners include a Safe Place for Youth, whose mission is to empower young people experiencing homelessness to thrive by providing lasting, community-driven solutions that address racial and social inequity, and Social Justice Learning Institute, an Inglewood-based organization dedicated to improving the education, health, and well- being of youth and communities of color.
Target partnered with the Los Angeles Metro to provide free rides for all students in the Inglewood School District for the ’22-’23 academic year. The district includes 19 schools with a total student body of 9,300.
Target is committed to providing team members with the most rewarding careers. Since 2017, we’ve invested in pay and benefits that include a $15-$24 per hour starting wage range, tuition-free education assistance, access to counseling services and doctors, and more stable schedules
The store features a beautiful mural by local artist Brittney S. Price.
“As a community-based artist, I wanted to hear from locals what Inglewood meant to them,” said Brittney S. Price, an LA-based artist who created a mural for the Target store. “I intentionally struck up conversations with the community, asking them what they loved about their city. I’d like to think this mural is a reflection of their answers,” said Price.