Target Husk

a sentient half-build Target store

Target Husk on KCRW

At the corner of Sunset and Western in East Hollywood, an unfinished big box store, so-called “Target Husk,” has long stood as a monument to unchecked consumerism, bureaucratic red…

The Target in Hollywood is now built. But for years, it was a husk with a social media account

At the corner of Sunset and Western in East Hollywood, an unfinished big box store, so-called “Target Husk,” has long stood as a monument to unchecked consumerism, bureaucratic red…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

What’s it like to be a Target store that was never completed?

Meet Target Husk, the half-built big-box store with a mind of its own

What’s it like to be a Target store that was never completed?

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