There's a lengthy roster of supermarket operators — independents and chains alike — that have made adaptations to their dominant suburban model so they could fit a unit into an urban area. And in most instances, urban retailing has rewarded those operators who take the trouble to find the urban-centric formula among considerations such as store size, product mix and operational styles. Perhaps, though, a special first-mover advantage is due an operator who is a genuine pioneer in urban ...

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