PITTSBURGH -- The Hill District neighborhood here could soon witness construction of a unique, not-for-profit supermarket -- the first full-service food retail outlet in the area in 20 years. Eight Carnegie Mellon University students designed the store for the JP Morgan Chase Community Development Competition. The students' first-place win provided the $25,000 in seed money to pursue their project in a partnership with the Hill House, a nonprofit organization here providing health, welfare ...

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