MONTVALE, N.J. — A&P will close its Pathmark store in downtown Manhattan at the end of December to allow for a large-scale residential project to be built at the site, a company spokeswoman told SN Friday. The retailer said it may elect to reopen a store there after the building is complete. "We are relinquishing the lease to accommodate a large-scale residential development and improvement project, while preserving the right to operate once the project is complete," ...

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