Thursday, August 29, 2013
BP Station on Route 34 and Douglas Being Sold at Bankruptcy Auction
Source: Oswego PatchBy Natalie Stevens, Editor
The deadline to bid on the station/convenience store at Route 34 and Douglas is Oct. 1, the Chapter 11 trustee said.
The BP station at Route 34 and Douglas Road in Oswego is being sold at auction, according to the bankruptcy trustee who issued a news release seeking bidders for the property.
The BP on the corner of Orchard Road and Route 34 which re-opened under new owners in January remains open. The Route 34/Douglas location is one of five that is on the auction block. Here's the trustee's release:
Eugene Crane, as Chapter 11 Trustee, has retained NRC Realty & Capital Advisors LLC (NRC) to coordinate the sale of five operating convenience stores with gas. The stores are being sold pursuant to a 363 bankruptcy sale and sold free and clear of all liens. The sites are located in Elk Grove Village, Joliet, Orland Park, Oswego and Romeoville, Illinois at strategic retail corners.
- The Elk Grove property was built in 2001 and features a 2,900 square-foot convenience store on a 33,290 square-foot site and is located at Devon and Wood Dale.
- The Joliet property, built in 2005, features a 4,200 square-foot store on a 1.47 acre site and is situated at the corner of Jefferson/US-52 and Hammes.
- The Orland Park property, built in 2002, has a 4,200 square-foot store on a 1.29 acre site. It is located at LaGrange/US-45 and 143rd Street.
- The Oswego property, built in 1988, has a 3,360 square-foot store on a 1.15 acre site and is located at US-34/Ogden and Douglas.
- The Romeoville property, built in 2004, features a 4,200 square-foot store on 1.44 acres and is located at Independence/IL-53 and Normantown.
All sites are being sold with real estate with the exception of the Orland Park property, which is under a long-term lease. The Elk Grove, Joliet and Romeoville sites have car washes. Sites may be sold without fuel supply, but must carry the BP gas brand.
"This is a great opportunity for operators and investors," said Eugene Crane, Chapter 11 Trustee. “While the stores all need investment, they are at great corners and are modern, large facilities.”
“We expect spirited bidding from a variety of parties,” commented Evan Gladstone, NRC’s Executive Managing Director. “A little TLC and these stations can be pumping high gas gallons and have great inside sales.&r