NEW YORK — Food retailers ShopRite and Wal-Mart Stores this week were said to be separately preparing to build new store sites in Brooklyn, though neither retailer had made an official announcement. ShopRite was named as a tenant in a plan by a developer selected to build a new retail project at the site of the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The project would redevelop a portion of a federally owned former shipbuilding site on the East River near downtown Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Navy Yard Development ...

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