Superfresh posts help wanted signs at Northern Liberties location

    What looked like a probably-happening last week has become an almost definite.

    Superfresh has posted help wanted signs at the Bart Blatstein development at Second Street and Girard Avenue in Northern Liberties, the first real sign of an impending supermarket since the building went up.

    The Inquirer reports the signs advertise a need for applicants with a passion for customer service. Pathmark was originally supposed to occupy the second-story site, but the deal fell through during parent company A&P’s bankruptcy filing. A&P is also the parent company of Superfresh.

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