PA Picks – Try Capitalizing on Convenience

January 9th, 2012 by melissa
Who doesn’t love a good convenience store? We’ve all grown accustomed to having a reliable 7-11, Quick Chek or Wawa close by to get that box of Twinkies or 20 oz. cup of fresh brew at any time of day or night. Since these faithful portals of consumer goods always bring in customers, many entrepreneurs see their lucrative potential. This week we’re looking at some convenience stores that could be the next business opportunity for some lucky bidder.

Take a look at Tranzon’s 5,507sf convenience store with accompanying gas station in Dartmouth, Massachusetts. Sitting on 1.01 acres with a 1,440sf canopy, this property offers a prime foundation for the next profitable retail convenience operation. PA is picking this one for its dual-income potential, boasting 4 double-sided gasoline pumps with 3-product dispensers, as well as one 10,000 gallon and two 12,000 gallon double-walled fiberglass fuel tanks.  Auction date is January 24th, 2012.

For those who’d rather handle a store exclusively sans service station, check out Micoley & Company’s turnkey convenience store in Shawano, Wisconsin. Offering 1,920sf on .14 acre, this pick is in stellar condition and equipped to provide hot food and ice cream in addition to everyday edibles. PA digs this property for its high-visibility location, strategically set on a corner in a popular recreation area. Auction date is March 10th, 2012.

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