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The best, most innovative new convenience-store designs
Store Design

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Kim’s Convenience Store

This 10,000-square-foot Kim's Convenience Store in Frankston, Texas, is a hybrid of a typical c-store, grocer and restaurant. It was designed with help from Paragon Solutions, Fort Worth, Texas.Th...

Long hailed for cutting-edge technology and a pioneering foodservice program, Rutter’s Farm Stores shook things up in 2016 with its biggest store yet: a 9,100-square-foot “monument to conv...

MFA Oil Co.'s new prototype for its Break Time retail concept is a 5,000-square-foot site in Lee’s Summit, Mo. It features a new logo and fresh exterior that unites the fuel island and store...

AU Energy’s Loop Neighborhood convenience stores are modern inside and out, from architecture to product mix. At 3,200 square feet, these units cater to the local neighborhood with a mix of heal...

With this Express convenience store, NOCO Energy Corp. sought to give the Grand Island, N.Y., community a store with an overall cleaner, brighter look, a focus on fresh grab-and-go foods and an expand...

Alon Brands’ latest store targets a different kind of customer than that of most convenience stores. The 7-Eleven licensee built this site in an affluent neighborhood that is also bustling with ...

The Wills Group’s Dash In convenience stores are driven by a commitment to seeing customers as neighbors and treating them as welcome guests.The chains new “Village” locations are so...

The newest Country Club Car Wash location in St. Louis doubles down on retailing with a 4,500-square-foot convenience store with 16 fueling positions out front and a collection of c-store staples insi...

Ricker’s main focus when designing a store is providing a great work environment, said Ricker Oil President and CEO Quinn Ricker. “That being said, a component of having a great work envir...

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