Supermarkets and Diversity

One NIMBY's "junk" is an immigrant's cultural treasure

Last week I wrote about a new supermarket in a former Toys ‘R’ Us building, the second in a two-part series on “secondhand supermarkets”).

I was mainly observing how new tenants use existing commercial spaces, especially when the new stores are budget-oriented. The creative adaptation of existing space, rather than a full remodeling, is par for the cours…

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