The local Target in Destin is one of more than 300 Target stores being remodeled this year.

In a press release, Target announced they will be remodeling over 1,000 stores across the U.S. by the end of 2020. Target wants to customize each store based on neighborhoods demands, so no two remodels will look exactly alike.

“There are a lot of factors at play, like where each store is located and what the neighborhood around it needs most,” Joe Contrucci, senior vice president of stores said. “We count on our local store teams to help us understand exactly what their guests want so we can build relevant experiences around that.”

Brighter lighting, a more modern feel and dynamic displays are planned for the Destin store.

Joe Perdew, the vice president of store design, said guests will find beautiful and enhanced merchandise displays that create mini “shops” throughout the aisle. The beauty department will look like a specialty shop that will inspire and invite guests to try the products, while the home department will display products in lifestyle settings so guests can imagine what they’ll look like in their own homes.

“We add concrete floors and wood-plank walls to some stores, incorporate materials like steel and glass and a pop of Target red into the décor, and use pendant and circular lighting treatments with energy-saving LED lights,” Perdew said in a press release.

The local Target will remain open during the remodeling, although some areas of the store might be temporarily emptied or curtained off.

The Target in Destin is expected to be completed later this fall, before the holiday season.