The supermarket giant, which has been adding to its downtown workforce, bought the building and its expansive parking lot for $3.1 million in November. That was about the same time news emerged that the company had applied for incentives to add 700 jobs and a $28 million facility in Lakeland.

Source: Bay News 9

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