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Stewart’s Shops Steps Up Construction

Retailer building, rebuilding and remodeling in six counties

BALLSTON SPA, N.Y. -- Construction season is in full swing for Stewart’s Shops, which said it has 11 convenience stores under construction in six counties in New York.

Ten of those stores are raze-and-rebuilds, and one is a new location.

Stewart’s Shops Corp. is investing $50 million dollars in 2017, with new builds, remodels and other shop improvements, which the company said includes a wider variety of food and beverage options.

"We are continually reinvesting our shops to meet the evolving needs of our customers," company spokesperson Maria D'Amelia told CSP Daily News. "Much of this is fueled by growth in foodservice as people look for quick, quality food that fits into their busy lifestyles. The ease of the shopping experience is also a big part of it, as we improve the flow inside and outside the shop. We want to make our customers' lives easier."

  • The new location in Plattsburgh, N.Y., in Clinton County, is a rebuild on the store’s current site. The store is open while the company is finishing construction on the fueling and parking areas. Highlights include an expanded shop and gas island, pizza, made-to-order subs and a beer cave.
  • The new location in Halfmoon, N.Y., in Saratoga County, is a rebuild on the store’s current site. The store is open while the company is finishing construction on the fueling and parking areas. Highlights include an expanded shop and gas island, pizza, made-to-order subs, a beer cave and a beverage bar with espresso drinks and iced tea.
  • The new location in Charlton, N.Y., in Saratoga County, is a rebuild across the street from the store’s current site. Highlights include an expanded shop and gas island, pizza, made-to-order subs, a beer cave and a beverage bar with espresso drinks and iced tea.
  • The new location in Schuylerville, N.Y., in Saratoga County, is a rebuild down the road from the current site. Highlights include an expanded shop and gas island, pizza, made-to-order subs, a beer cave and a beverage bar with fountain soda, espresso drinks and iced tea.
  • The new location in South Glens Falls, N.Y., in Saratoga County, is a rebuild adjacent to the current site. Highlights include an expanded shop and gas island, pizza, made-to-order subs, a beer cave and a beverage bar with fountain soda, espresso drinks and iced tea.
  • The new location in Clifton Park, N.Y., in Saratoga County, is a rebuild on the store’s current site. Highlights include an expanded shop, new gasoline service, pizza, made-to-order subs, a beer cave and a beverage bar with fountain soda, espresso drinks and iced tea.
  • The new location in Schenectady, N.Y., in Schenectady County, is a rebuild on the store’s current site. Highlights include an expanded shop and gas island and pizza.
  • The new location in Rome, N.Y., in Schenectady County, is a brand-new shop that features a gas island with 12 fueling points, pizza, made-to-order subs, a beer cave and a beverage bar with fountain soda, espresso drinks and iced tea.
  • The new location in North Creek, N.Y., in Warren County, is a rebuild up the road from the current site. Highlights include a bigger lot to provide space for an expanded shop and gas island, pizza, made-to-order subs and a beer cave.
  • The new location in Queensbury, N.Y., in Warren County, is a rebuild on the store’s current site. Highlights include an expanded shop and gas island, pizza, made-to-order subs, a beer cave and a beverage bar with fountain soda, espresso drinks and iced tea.
  • The new location in Hudson Falls, N.Y., in Washington County, is a rebuild on the store’s current site. Highlights include an expanded shop and gas island, pizza, made-to-order subs, a beer cave and a beverage bar with fountain soda, espresso drinks and iced tea.

In early August, Stewart's Shops and Pioneer Bank opened a new side-by-side convenience store and bank branch in Watervliet, N.Y.

The Ballston Spa, N.Y.-based retailer, which has close to 350 c-stores, will announce details on grand-opening events throughout the fall.

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