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Target comes.

Canton residents see no reason to ever leave their ’hood again.

Last year, city shoppers were lucky enough to receive an Anthropologie and J.Crew in Harbor East.

This October, The Shops at Canton Crossing finally got its Target.
Now, there really isn’t a reason to leave the area. Aside from truly
being a one-stop shop—you go for a box of detergent and leave with a
bicycle, a pair of gloves, a gallon of ice cream, and a china set—the
135,000-square-foot store is said to have created about 250 new jobs for
the area. Plus, the company as a whole gives well over $4 million a
week to charities, some of them local.

Although the Target is clearly the main attraction to the
325,000-square-foot shopping center, The Shops at Canton Crossing also
houses a few other go-to favorites like Old Navy, LOFT, DSW, and, coming
soon, a Harris Teeter (slated for spring 2014).

And while most of the stores are big-box chains, you’ll be happy to
find additional locations of local restaurants like Waterfront Kitchen
(opening spring 2014), Mission BBQ, and Samos.