Roundy39s is paying Safeway 36 million for 11 Dominick39s units

Roundy's is paying Safeway $36 million for 11 Dominick's units.

Mariano’s Gains Share in Chicago

“This acquisition will create long-term value, and the board and management decided this was an appropriate use of capital with a growth banner." — Robert A. Mariano, chairman and CEO, Roundy's Supermarkets

CHICAGO — Mariano’s is closing in on becoming the No. 2 supermarket chain here, only four years after entering the market.

The company, which operates 13 upscale stores in the Chicago area, signed a definitive agreement last week with Safeway to acquire 11 Dominick’s locations for $36 million in cash and assumption of leases.

With five new stores already scheduled to open in 2014, Mariano’s should

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