Wawa in Palm Springs sells for $7M

Wawa has more than 800 convenience stores and gas stations

TRD MIAMI /
Feb.February 21, 2020 11:30 AM
Wawa at 3288 South Military, Palm Springs

Wawa at 3288 South Military, Palm Springs

Tampa-based Brightwork Real Estate sold a property leased to Wawa, the popular convenience store and gas station, at 3288 South Military Trail in Palm Springs for $7 million. 3288 Military Trail LLC, an Illinois company led by Ana Crisan, purchased the property.

The Palm Springs Wawa was one of the chain’s first stores in South Florida and sits on 1.8 acres.

Palm Springs is a village that is located between Lake Worth and West Palm Beach in Palm Beach County.

Wawa is a chain of more than 800 convenience stores and gas stations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Florida, and is known for its hoagies.

The Wawa, Pennsylvania-based company is moving into South Florida at a rapid pace and said it expects to have more stores in Florida than Pennsylvania or New Jersey.

In June, Banyan Development sold a Wawa location in Delray Beach for $6.84 million. In April, two principals of Coral Rock Development Group and a partner sold a Wawa property in Cutler Bay for $5.7 million.


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