An Arkansas-based gas and convenience chain is acquiring QuickChek Corp., the Readington-based owner of more than 150 stores across New Jersey and New York.
A developer has added to its growing portfolio of gas and convenience store projects with the completion of a new QuickChek location in Somerset County.
Tulfra Real Estate has entered into a long-term ground lease with QuickChek Corp. just days after acquiring a redevelopment site in Cranford that will be home to a new location for the convenience store chain.
Tulfra Real Estate has acquired a defunct industrial property in Cranford that it now plans to redevelop as a QuickChek store.
The Hampshire Cos. has sold a 4,700-square-foot, freestanding QuickChek store in Bergen County, the Morristown-based real estate investment firm said Monday.
Following an environmental cleanup, a lengthy entitlement process and several hurdles along the way, Key Properties has marked the completion of a 107,000-square-foot shopping center known as Hanover Crossroads. The complex at 110 East Hanover Ave. became fully leased within 15 months of breaking ground — anchored by major tenants such as T.J.Maxx, HomeGoods, QuickChek and AutoZone — as other new retail projects have taken shape nearby.