All types of retailers are relentlessly looking for store sites. As the Wendy's, Walgreens and Wal-Marts of the world seek more retail locations, property becomes scarce and land values soar. Industry analysts and food retailers contend that fast-food outlets, drug stores and mass-merchandise discounters are among the biggest competitors for retail sites. They say that prime locations are becoming more difficult to find, especially as a result of a surge in freestanding drug stores. The ...

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