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

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...

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Country Club Car Wash

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...

Space Age Fuel’s 2015 prototype was designed to increase the functionality of the store in hopes of increasing sales and profit. “We had a ‘feel-good experience’ in mind when w...

Ruff Creek’s c-store model is 4,500 to 5,000 square feet, including foodservice, a drive-thru and multiple fuel islands (and often a diesel island). The store’s exterior uses HardiPlank cl...

In 2016, Pops 66 took its soda-centric convenience-store concept and gave it a foodservice focus for a new location in the Oklahoma City suburb of Nichols Hills. Designed by Rand Elliott of Elliott &a...

Maverik convenience stores' 2016 store format emphasizes the brand's positioning around “Adventure's First Stop,” with an even deeper emphasis on bringing the outdoors inside.C...

West Des Moines, Iowa-based Kum & Go began bringing this Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)-certified prototype convenience store to Missouri and other markets in late 2016. At 6...

RaceTrac’s RT6K c-store model is a 6,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art store that “reflects our brand personality both inside and out,” said CEO Allison Moran.The exterior is updated...

Murphy USA’s 2015 Murphy Express prototype store offers a fast and efficient experience for the on-the-go customer. Working with Chute Gerdeman, Murphy sought to deliver a “wow” expe...

Sherman, Texas-based Douglass Distributing reopened its remodeled Lone Star Food Store in Denison, Texas, in October 2015 with an enviable collection of new merchandising areas and a new foodservice c...