WOODBURY, N.Y. -- Front and center in the new Sutton Place Gourmet here is the produce section and its most visible attraction is a 1950s-era tractor. But if the aged machine symbolizes SPG's dedication to old-fashioned service and farm-stand quality produce, its mobility suggests a more revolutionary feature: the entire section can be reconfigured at will. "We wanted a store that would change with the seasons, that wouldn't be constrained by leasehold," said SPG President Tom Johnston. ...

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