NEW YORK — The city’s Industrial Development Agency said Tuesday that it approved $4.5 million in financial incentives to renovate a vacant building into a new Fine Fare supermarket in the Williamsbridge neighborhood of the Bronx. The 19,000-square-foot supermarket will create 80 new jobs and represent a new investment of $4.8 million. It is to receive $4.5 million in sales and real-estate tax exemptions over 25 years under the city’s FRESH (Food Retail Expansion to ...

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