A 17,000 sq.ft. c-store and market targets new 900-unit apartment complex. The University of Washington Dining Services lives and dies by its retail approach to dining. Part of its array of offerings has long been its campus Express Market c-stores. “Our Express Market business has exploded over the last few years,” says Storm Hodge, assistant director of UW Housing and Food Services. “We also knew we were adding hundreds of new apartments, which would only add to ...

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