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Trader Joe’s to open 3 stores in competitive markets
posted on Sep 28 16

traderjoesgettyTrader Joe's will open new stores in three markets that will directly compete with newer small-store natural and organic concepts. A store in Bellevue, Wash., will compete with a new 365 by Whole Foods store, and openings planned for Culver City, Calif., and Allston, Mass., will vie with Sprouts Farmers Market and Ahold's bfresh, respectively. Read the Supermarket News story here

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Approval sought for Hyatt Centric in Philadelphia
posted on Sep 28 16

New plans for a 13-story Hyatt Centric boutique hotel near Philadelphia's Rittenhouse Square will be presented to city officials. The developer, Chancellor Hotel Associates, originally proposed a Hudson Hotel-branded property for the site. Read the Philly.com story here

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Harrah’s Atlantic City tower receiving $30M facelift
posted on Sep 28 16

Harrah's Resort Atlantic City's Bayview Tower is undergoing a $30 million renovation. The tower is near the city's conference center. Read the Star Tribune story here

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Papa Murphy’s to bring ready-to-bake pizzas to Southeast Texas
posted on Sep 27 16

920x920Papa Murphy's plans to open at least seven locations in Beaumont, Nederland, Groves, Lumberton, Vidor and Orange within the next four years, with the first hopefully opening within the next two. Read the Houston Chronicle story here

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Historic New Orleans hotel surge may be peaking
posted on Sep 27 16

A post-Katrina revival of tourism and convention business and growth in the medical sector have fueled an unprecedented increase in hotel development in New Orleans. Some experts see a slowdown coming due to high construction costs, burdensome regulation and other factors. Read The Times-Picayune story here

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