The company will request an amendment to the property's PD zoning, and a Development Plan was filed with Orange County on Monday. Plans show the shopping center's next outparcel would front University Boulevard, with spaces of 5,575 square feet and 1,819 square feet. Another outparcel fronting Goldenrod Road would follow with 4,800 square feet.
"We submitted to Orange (County's) DRC for approval. That 1,819 (square feet) would be neighboring inline retail, we're waiting on leases to still be executed," Boehme said. "We're in the process of designing the architectural and MEP for the actual building. It will be build to suit, my group is handling the leasing."
Jennifer Santelli of Target's real estate division in Minneapolis declined to comment on the PD amendment request on Tuesday.
Target's plans near Winter Park follow outparcel development already underway by the company on a number of its other shopping centers in Greater Orlando.
Those include three new three new outparcels totaling six retail spaces at 4001 Millenia Plaza Way, where ground broke this Spring by Clermont-based Schmid Construction. Target sold those 3.06 acres last December for $4.5 million to an affiliate of California-based United Growth Capital Management.
In Oviedo, the company has a 1.1-acre outparcel off Oviedo Mall Boulevard under contract to Clearwater-based Epic Development, where it plans 6,650 square feet of retail space.
That contract is in step with Target's planned sale of an outparcel in front of a Super Target on Kissimmee's W192 corridor, to be bought and developed by On The Border Mexican Cantina & Grill.