INDIANAPOLIS - Marsh Supermarkets, whose expansion into the Chicago market less than a year ago was viewed by some as a risky move, this week will close its one and only store there. Citing a need to reduce expenses and improve its financial condition, Marsh terminated the lease of its 66,000-square-foot location in the wealthy Chicago suburb of Naperville, Ill., late last month. The property's landlord, Kite Realty, subsequently sold the store to local specialty grocer Angelo Caputo's ...

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