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CHICAGO—A vacant retail space in suburban Bridgeview may get a second shot at life, according to officials from the Chicago office of Transwestern. The firm just announced that they have brokered the sale of a 69,555-square-foot retail box located at 10280 South Harlem Ave. Until 2006, the property was a Cub Foods, and after Cub left the Chicago area, it was occupied by Melrose Market. But the property was vacant at the time of sale. Transwestern officials say the new owner did not want to be identified, but did say it was a locally-owned grocer that acquired the property for $1.8 million.

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