PHILADELPHIA — A&P has assumed the lease of a high-profile supermarket development here, but whether the store opens under the Pathmark banner as planned or another name remains to be seen, sources told SN. The project in Philadelphia’s Northern Liberties neighborhood was under construction when A&P filed for bankruptcy protection in December. Under pressure from the project’s developer, Tower Investments, the company agreed to assume the lease, it said in a court document this ...

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