MONTVALE, N.J. – A&P here said Tuesday that it was under contract for the sale of its real estate interests “in a few non-core store locations.” The pending deals are a combination of leasehold sales and sale-leaseback transactions that are expected to generate proceeds for the company in excess of $130 million. A&P did not immediately identify the specific properties to be affected, or the buyers. "This opportunity to unlock substantial real estate value ...

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