LAS VEGAS -- S&S Fuels LLC is selling two convenience stores in Las Vegas.
One of the sites is branded 7-Eleven, and both stores sell Sinclair fuel. The c-store with the 7-Eleven will be sold branded, and the second store will be sold without a c-store brand. The sites are being sold with fuel supply and with the gasoline branding.
The 7-Eleven-branded site was built in 2003 and has additional rental income. The store is 5,174 square feet on a 36,000-square-foot corner situated on two busy arterial streets. The second store has additional rental income from a Subway and Little Caesar’s Pizza with a 4,484-square-foot store on a 33,976-square-foot site. Both sites have car washes. Both sites also feature gaming.
Littleton, Colo.-based S&S Fuels has retained NRC Realty & Capital Advisors LLC, Chicago, to sell two the locations.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for a small operator or investor operator to own high-quality businesses in first-class Las Vegas locations,” said Evan Gladstone, executive managing director of NRC.
The properties will be sold using NRC’s “buy one or both” sealed-bid sale process. For site addresses, site specific information, due diligence and instructions for submitting offers, visit www.nrc.com/1716. Interested parties are required to register online or by calling the NRC Customer Service Center at (800) 747-3342, ext. 1716.
NRC said it expects property-specific packages (PSP) to be available shortly, with a bid deadline of Oct. 12.
In 2012, S&S Fuels acquired 11 Sinclair-branded City Stop c-stores from City Stop Inc., rebranding them to 7-Eleven. It also recently acquired several Fills c-stores in the Las Vegas area.