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Amazon Plans Suburban Chicago Grocery Store

Amazon is opening a nearly 43,000-square-foot grocery store including a restaurant in the former Babies R Us space in Schaumburg, a Chicago suburb. Government officials approved the project last August without being told the name of the company, instead working through a third party to authorize the project. Amazon said the new store will not be part of its checkout-free Amazon Go line but rather will feature a traditional checkout experience. "Amazon did not indicate when the store would be opening, but village officials believe late summer is a possibility," according to the Daily Herald.

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