While traditional retail development continues to be rare, successful grocery chains like Whole Foods are driving a new development model, putting supermarkets on the ground floors of residential buildings in dense urban markets. That type of project has been around for a few years, but it’s becoming more of a trend, industry insiders say, and it’s getting some love from balance sheet lenders.
According to capital markets experts, including Jeffrey A. Weid
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