In March, Target is opening one of its “flexible format” stores in the 48,500-square-foot space formerly occupied by Best Buy at the Marin Gateway Shopping Center in Marin City. To do so, the company is looking to hire 60-70 employees in advance of the opening.
Target's North Bay hiring manager Jordan Belker says applicants can email him (Jordan.email@example.com) or apply online by selecting the Marin City/Sausalito location.
“The work is coming along nicely,” Terrence Tallen, a partner with the Southern California-based Gerrity Group, which owns Gateway, told the Marin Independent Journal about Target's renopvation of the former Best Buy space. “They completed the demolition work and are building up the interior, and painting has been done. They are right on schedule.”
The Marin City Target will offer a selection of groceries, key for Marin City, which does not have a grocery store. The store’s offerings will also include children’s clothing, toys and baby products; portable technology products and accessories; men’s and women’s clothing; and cellphone services.