There are food retailers that preach the gospel of keeping their best customers close at hand, and then there's Harris Teeter. At the newest Harris Teeter store in Raleigh, N.C., shoppers drop in anytime — literally — via elevators from any of the 400 apartment residences above it. The store and its accompanying neighbors, known as the Park & Market apartments, are the newest component of the North Hills mixed-use project, which transformed a former shopping mall into a dense, upscale ...

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