A former Ford dealership in New York City. An antiques mall in South Carolina. A closed specialty store in Pittsburgh. The corporate headquarters of a car-rental company on Long Island. An open-air power center in Louisville. Give up? All of them are or will be new Trader Joe's sites before the year is over. The Monrovia, Calif.-based specialty chain has demonstrated that a little creativity and adaptability can go a long way in making a small store work. Then again, crafting ...
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