Lured by financial incentives, supermarket operators take a closer look at nontraditional retail spaces
Healthy supermarket operators that are seeking to expand have no shortage of sites from which to choose. The economic downturn has created a vast array of retail vacancies around the country, creating opportunities for supermarket operators willing to adopt a previously used space, whether it was used for food retailing or had been put to some other use. Design and construction experts say that with proper planning, a little flexibility on the part of supermarket operators and some ...
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