They're back!!! Supermarket openings in inner-city neighborhoods are no longer the rarity they were a decade ago, industry observers told SN. However, they also agreed that building stores in the no-longer-so-mean streets of the urban core requires considerable patience and the ability to cooperate with community organizations and government officials. There is no place in the inner city for my-way-or-the-highway types, they noted. Still, the good news is clear. Retailers have returned, ...

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