WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — The landlord of a Washington, D.C., Super Fresh store set to change hands as a result of A&P’s recent auction has filed an objection in U.S. Bankruptcy Court here, citing concerns that the proposed new tenant, Mrs. Green’s Natural Market, lacks the financial strength required of the lease. In court papers, Apex Management, owner of a Washington, D.C., Super Fresh site — one of eight stores proposed to be acquired by Mrs. Green's — cited clauses in the lease ...
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