CHARLOTTE — One of the former Lowes Foods locations that Harris Teeter planned on converting to a specialty grocery format is being marketed to other users, published reports said Tuesday. The 49,000-square-foot store in Cornelius, N.C., which Harris Teeter obtained in an asset swap with Lowes earlier this year, was initially slated to be converted to a new format but The Charlotte Observer reported that no work is under way at the site and that a sign indicating the site was for ...

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