BALTIMORE — Small box, big statement. That's the thinking of city officials here about the arrival of SuperFresh to Baltimore's central business district. Nestled in the ground floor of a high-rise residential building and measuring a cozy 11,000 square feet, SuperFresh is the first and only grocery store in the district, officials said, and as such is a landmark event in a downtown renaissance. Officials of SuperFresh parent A&P, Montvale, N.J., see the store as something of a new ...

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