San Francisco Business Times by , Reporter Reporter - San Francisco Business Times Email | Twitter Target Corp. Target Corp. Latest from The Business Journals Follow this company is moving forward on adding more stores to its Bay Area roster. The Minneapolis-based merchant recently acquired 10 acres near the intersection of Kenilworth Drive and East Washington Street in Petaluma from Regency Centers, where the retailer plans on building a 140,000-square-foot store. Target, which prefers to own its stores, will start construction later this year. The store will anchor East
New York City -- Gap has chosen Manhattan's Upper West Side for its second freestanding Athleta store, Crain’s New York Business reported. The report said has signed a lease to open a 3,500-sq.-ft. Athleta at 216 Columbus Ave. at W. 70th Street. The store will open in the fall, and Gap is already seeking more New York area locations, according to Crain's. Gap bought Petaluma-based Athleta, a catalog and website that sell women's athletic clothes, for $150 million in 2008.