SAN JACINTO, Calif. — Circle K Stores broke ground on the company's first prototype convenience store Monday, Aug. 18, according to the Press Enterprise.
The 4,500-square-foot concept store will offer fresh food, a Mobil gas station with eight fuel pumps and a self-serve carwash over 1.24 acres. It is the first phase of a new development called Esplanade Commons.
The development company president is encouraging other retailers to join the business at the new shopping center.
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In the article, City Manager Tim Hults said the new location will be the first convenience store and gas station on the city’s west side.
Hults said access to transportation corridors and a pro-business environment made San Jacinto an ideal location for the company.
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