ROCKVILLE, Md. -- The high-volume flagship store of Magruder here is being threatened with eminent domain by the city. According to Stanford Steppa, president of the 11-store operation, the city of Rockville -- in conjunction with the store's landlord, Federal Realty -- wants to upgrade the area surrounding the Magruder Town Center over the next three years by adding new stores with condominium apartments above them. He said the landlord has proposed that Magruder shut the location ...

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