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What Stores, Restaurants Should Go in the Clark Commons Shopping Center?

A Whole Foods supermarket will be the largest renter on the property.

What Stores, Restaurants Should Go in the Clark Commons Shopping Center?
Construction on the 28-acre Clark Commons shopping center on Raritan Road is underway –  even as we told readers last week about a lawsuit filed against the project by ShopRite.

Developer Bill Krame has confirmed that Whole Foods will be the anchor supermarket in the complex, but we want to know: What other stores does Clark need? What stores and restaurants would you like to see in the new shopping center?

Tell us in the comments. 

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