Aggressive efforts by supermarket operators to help revitalize dilapidated inner-city neighborhoods will move forward in the next few weeks as three major projects get under way in Chicago, New York and New Haven, Conn. In all three instances, retailers are joining with locally based redevelopment agencies to open shopping centers anchored by supermarkets in formerly run-down neighborhoods. The three projects set to get under way shortly are as follows: In Harlem, N.Y., Pathmark Stores, ...

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