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INDIANAPOLIS — A 40,000-sq.-ft. Marsh Supermarkets store will open in Indianapolis as part of a new $85 million development project, according to published reports.
The store, which is slated to open next summer on the corner of Michigan Avenue and Center Street, is said to feature such amenities as an extensive deli, bakery, prepared meals and a wide selection of beer and wine.
The announcement was made by Indianapolis mayor Greg Ballard, Marsh president and CEO Joe Kelley, and Jerry Collins, president of Flaherty and Collins Properties, the site's developer.
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