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Store Design

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

Pops 66

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...

Store Design

Breeze Thru Market

For its new store, Cary Oil tore down a 1,500-square-foot location with limited options and replaced it with a 4,100-square-foot store featuring a strong QSR (Krispy Krunchy Chicken), a beer cave, goo...

The Spinx convenience-store chain opened a new 6,800-square-foot site in South Carolina in 2016 based on a store design first developed in 2012.Architecturally, the store features high, open ceilings;...

CEFCO’s 2015 store design was 2,000 square feet larger than its former format, with improvements in exterior colors, accents and lighting. Working with designer Paragon Solutions, Fort Worth, Te...

7-Eleven Stores’ 5,600-square-foot store is designed to be light, bright and inviting, with a full kitchen and enough space to expand on many of the chain’s product and service offers, mak...

Molo Cos.’ 2016 iteration of its Big 10 Mart was an effort to diversify its revenue streams by developing distinct points of differentiation, recognizing the fact that heavy reliance on fuel, be...

In 2015, CST Brands’ 5,900-square-foot store in Floresville, Texas, was a prime example of the large-format, new-to-industry stores “that will help fuel the future of our company,” C...

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