With all the hoopla surrounding Whole Foods’ agreement to come to Newark, its third high-profile lease in a downtrodden city undergoing a revival, it’s easy to forget that the deal is not only about community services but also about running a successful retail business.
Whole Foods has proven time and again that its executives are shrewd site selection strategists and had to see inherent value in the site of their future Newark store to lease it. For
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