Shoppers World taking former Target space

Discount department-store chain Shoppers World has signed a deal to take over a shuttered Target store on the south
side. The New York-based chain agreed to lease the 85,000-square-foot space in Felbram Plaza North shopping center along U.S.
31 South from New York-based Nassimi Realty. Target closed the store when its lease expired in January 2009. The new Shoppers
World store is scheduled to open in March, said Andrew Levian, a leasing agent with Nassimi. Shoppers World has one other
location in Indianapolis, in Lafayette Square mall. That store opened in 2008, taking a 100,000-square-foot space formerly
occupied by J.C. Penney. It was the first outpost in the Midwest for the chain, which operates 10 stores in New York and New
Jersey. (Photo: Google Maps)

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