Budget grocer takes Pa. Space.PHILADELPHIA: Metro Commercial announced that it has brokered a nearly 17,000 s/f lease transaction for Save-A-Lot supermarket in Philadelphia, Pa.
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"Save-A-Lot is one of the few retailers expanding during these challenging economic times," says Murray. "The supermarket, which continues to emerge as one of the nation's premier value-added grocery chains, offers groceries gro·cer·y
n. pl. gro·cer·ies
1. A store selling foodstuffs and various household supplies.
2. groceries Commodities sold by a grocer. at savings of up to 40 percent less than conventional stores through a combination of factors."