20 South Black Horse Pike in Runnemede — Courtesy: The Goldstein Group
By Joshua Burd
Convenience store chain 7-Eleven has sold a Camden County location to an investment firm, in a deal brokered by The Goldstein Group.
The buyer, Bryn Mawr Investments Co. Inc., paid an undisclosed price for the 2,700-square-foot building at 20 South Black Horse Pike in Runnemede. Executive Vice President Lew Finkelstein and Vice President CJ Huter, both of The Goldstein Group, brokered the transaction on behalf of both parties.
The property sits on about three-quarters of an acre at a signalized intersection, the Paramus-based brokerage said in a news release. Neighboring tenants include Walgreens, TD Bank, Walmart, Acme, Dollar Tree, Wawa and CVS.