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  • IKEA is coming to Cary

    VIDEO: IKEA is planning to build its first Triangle store at Cary Towne Center off Interstate 40. It would be the second North Carolina store, after one opened in Charlotte in 2009.

VIDEO: IKEA is planning to build its first Triangle store at Cary Towne Center off Interstate 40. It would be the second North Carolina store, after one opened in Charlotte in 2009. Chris Seward and John Hansen cseward@newsobserver.com
VIDEO: IKEA is planning to build its first Triangle store at Cary Towne Center off Interstate 40. It would be the second North Carolina store, after one opened in Charlotte in 2009. Chris Seward and John Hansen cseward@newsobserver.com

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