7-Eleven Inc. is looking to sell more than 70 of its convenience stores and gas stations across the U.S., including 18 locations in New Jersey.
The Dallas, Texas-based multinational chain of retail convenience stores recently tapped NRC Realty & Capital Advisors LLC to coordinate the sale or sublease of 73 properties.
Bids are due Nov. 1. The locations will be sold through a “buy one, some or all” process and without convenience store branding, according to NRC.
Of the more than 13,000 stores 7-Eleven operates, franchises or licenses in North America, about 370 of those are located in the Garden State.
According to NRC, the New Jersey locations up for sale are:
- Speedway, 1215 Saint Georges Ave., Colonia
- 7-Eleven, 302 Park Ave., Scotch Plains
- 7-Eleven, 869 Broad St., Newark
- 7-Eleven, 131 Market St., Newark
- 7-Eleven, 2 Ferry St., Newark
- 7-Eleven, 1284 Route 23, Butler
- Speedway, 121 Broadway, Elmwood Park
- 7-Eleven, 2145 Route 35, Holmdel
- Speedway, 317 Main St., Hackettstown
- 7-Eleven, 42 County Road 517, Hackettstown
- Speedway, 323 Route 31, Washington
- 7-Eleven, 886 W. Bay Ave., Barnegat
- 7-Eleven, 310 Chester Ave., Moorestown
- 7-Eleven, 18 Haines Mill Road, Delran
- Speedway, 6807 S. Crescent Blvd., Pennsauken
- Speedway, 511 Route 33, Mercerville
- Speedway, 1879 Hooper Ave., Toms River
- Speedway, 10 Route 31, Flemington