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Forest Hills »

The Forest Hills Target tree pits have been empty since the city removed two trees in 2015.

Jackson Heights »

The "small-format" shop is part of the retailer's expansion throughout the city. 

Lower East Side »

The store will be the retail chain's fourth Manhattan location.

Downtown Brooklyn »

It's now more expensive to rent retail space in Downtown Brooklyn than in Williamsburg.

Midtown South »

The 43,000-square-foot outpost will have self-checkout lanes and a grocery market, the retailer said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The merchandise was worth more than $1,000 in total, police said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The big-box retailer opened its latest outpost Wednesday at the City Point complex.

Fort Greene »

The boy was shopping inside Target when the suspects convinced him to go outside, police said.

Park Slope »

Major crimes have dropped 8 percent in the 78th Precinct this year, according to NYPD statistics.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Josanne Hernandez, 27, spent $3,452.64 at Target, Walgreens and clothing websites, police said.

Gowanus »

Crime is down 11 percent in the 78th Precinct this year, according to NYPD stats.

TriBeCa »

The 45,000-square-foot Greenwich Street Target soft-opened Wednesday.

Charleston »

The man threatened a security guard with a knife after he was caught stealing electronics, police said. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

DeKalb Market Hall will time its opening with Trader Joe's and Alamo Drafthouse.

East Harlem »

A man attempted to steal 26 watches worth more than $1,200 from a Target store last week, police said.