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Wal-Mart Strikes Out In New York Again


The world's largest retailer was once again forced to beat a retreat in New York City, where it's been trying for years to open a store. Last year, it seemed possible the discount giant might finally enter the market by anchoring Related Companies' shopping center project in East New York, Brooklyn. But according to a report from Reuters, the retailer wasn't able to reach a deal on the site.

The space that Wal-Mart was eyeing will be taken by a ShopRite supermarket instead.

In a statement, Wal-Mart executives said they will continue to pursue a store in New York City:

"We remain committed to bringing new economic development and shopping options to New York City, especially in the neighborhoods that need them most," Steven Restivo, Wal-Mart's senior director of community affairs, said in the statement.

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Senior associate editor Elaine Misonzhnik has been writing for National Real Estate Investor since June 2006 and has covered commercial real estate for more than 12 years. She first became...
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