As the slowed economy speeds up the number of restaurant liquidations and reorganizations nationwide, an unprecedented glut of shuttered chain outlets is expected to flood the commercial real estate market with hundreds more available properties in the months to come. But operators poised to take advantage of the vacancies are cautious about the looming opportunities.Even as fast-growing foodservice brands eagerly contact real estate brokers to explore the possibility of picking up some of ...

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