SAN FRANCISCO — Industrial developer Prologis here has confirmed plans to convert a Jersey City, N.J., landfill site into a new distribution center including a 345,000-square-foot automated warehouse for the Internet grocery distributor Peapod. As reported previously in SN, officials of Peapod owner expect the new facility would open in 2014 and provide an efficient solution for grocery delivery in the New York metro area. Peapod currently delivers in the region through ...
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