LONG BEACH, Calif. -- Inner-city supermarket sites can yield fat volumes if chains can work out the locational snags, real estate executives from Lucky Stores and Ralphs Grocery Co. said at a shopping center symposium here. Bernie Labowitz, real estate manager for American Stores Properties, Buena Park, Calif., and Patrick Barber, group vice president of real estate for Ralphs, Compton, Calif., spoke in a panel discussion this month at the Small Center Symposium held by the International ...

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