HARTFORD, Conn. — A pioneering downtown grocery store here has closed for retooling only six months after it opened. The Market at Hartford 21 — an upscale specialty grocer that became downtown Hartford’s first grocery store when it opened in March — could reopen in a matter of weeks, according to a statement from a lawyer representing its owners. “We firmly believe in this endeavor and thank the city of Hartford and our customers for their continued support and loyalty,” the company ...
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