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Wednesday, November 2, 2022

7-Eleven to close 1 store, sell 18 others in N.J.

By Christopher Burch

7-Eleven will shutter a New Jersey store this week and sell 18 other locations across the state.

The popular convenience store chain is closing its Lakehurst store (217 Route 70) on Thursday, Nov. 3.

The company, which acquired Speedway last year, is also set to sell 18 of its Garden State spots amid a nationwide plan to downsize.

7-Eleven is planning sell 73 of its banner stores and Speedways in 22 states. NRC Realty & Capital Advisors LLC is coordinating the sales or subleases.

The locations will be sold through a “buy one, some or all” process and without convenience store branding, according to NRC.

7-Eleven is the largest convenience store chain in the country with over 13,000 locations nationwide. There are currently 277 stores in New Jersey.

To see a list of convenience stores and gas stations for sale, click here.