The BP gas station and convenience store at 4500 Highway 81 North in Anderson recently sold in a $2,070,000 transaction facilitated by Greyson Furnas of Colliers International on behalf of Ontop Inc.
The new owner, North Point Investments LLC, will continue to operate under the BP flag, according to a news release. The store is at Interstate 85’s Exit 27 and also serves as a Greyhound bus stop.
North Point Investments is a family-owned investment company that owns and operates multiple convenience stores and hospitality properties in Georgia. The BP in Anderson will be their first venture in South Carolina, the news release said.
“Convenience store commercial property transactions have remained stable throughout the pandemic in South Carolina, in part due to the essential business status of brick-and-mortar gasoline retailers,” Furnas said in the news release. “The quick sale of this asset on Highway 81 is indicative of this market resiliency and we look forward to seeing the success of this property under new ownership in Anderson.”
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