MILWAUKEE -- Roundy's here said last week it plans to open its first urban store Tuesday in the downtown area here that could serve as a model for other similar units elsewhere. eat food, though it will have a full assortment of products and a pharmacy. The 53,400-square-foot store is a former Kohl's location. If the urban format is successful, Mariano said, "there are a fair amount of opportunities [for similar stores] in other markets." Mariano made his remarks during a conference call ...

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