CHEVY CHASE, Md. -- Magruder Inc. has recycled an old, outdated supermarket here into a liquor store, doubling the unit's liquor sales in the process. The building in this Washington suburb had housed a 6,000-square-foot supermarket, with an 18-foot by 100-foot liquor store in an adjacent building. As part of the remodeling, the liquor store was moved into the former supermarket in November. The former liquor store, in turn, was converted to a farmer's market and deli, which opened late ...
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