Creating a corporate campus.
It isn’t downtown. It’s better. When Target Corporation moved thousands of employees to the suburbs, they needed incentives. More than just free parking. To help employees feel engaged. Supported. Balanced. So two new towers are chock full of amenities: a great hall, coffee shop, outdoor patio, training center. All with Wi-Fi so work can happen anywhere. Oh, and the views are better too.
The two new buildings are the final phase of a campus started back in 1999. Our design team was challenged to connect the new with the existing. A bold 150-foot tall red blade heralds a new entry point for the campus. Connections are created through carefully framed views to the interior courtyard and Target Hall, a grand gathering space with a variety of seating and work options.”