The Fresh Market may face an uphill battle in Houston, where the company opened its first stores about a year ago but has now unveiled plans to close one of the locations. “I think their locations are great,” said Jazz Hamilton, VP in the Houston office of real estate firm CBRE. “I think the problem has been the competition they have been surrounded by. “The one they are closing is right by the Houston Central Market, which is the H-E-B mother ship of Houston, and it ...

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