Brick NJ Shell Gas Station Get Convenience Store, Fast Food
BRICK – The Shell station on Lanes Mill Road in Burnt Tavern Road is getting a makeover which will bring a new convenience store and fast food restaurant to the establishment.
Workers demolished the old station car wash, which was not working. It is replaced by a Circle K convenience store and a fast food restaurant with a driving window. There are nine Circle K stores in Monmouth and Ocean counties.
The township’s regularization council approved the project last October.
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It was initially accepted in 2018, but problems associated with a now completed county road project have forced the owner of the property, PMG New Jersey LLC, to seek new approvals, according to a council resolution.
Plans call for the construction of a 5,256 square foot commercial building to the rear of the property where the car wash once stood.
It will include a 3,010 square foot convenience store and a 2,236 square foot fast food restaurant with a drive-through lane. The type of fast food was not disclosed.
The project also provides for the demolition of the existing convenience store located under the glass roof of the station. Once demolished, four new fuel pumps will be added.
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The Mayor of The Brick, John Ducey, said it was “exciting to see businesses updating.”
“The fact that they are installing new buildings and better options for our residents makes The Brick even better,” he said.
The work is just one example of the changes taking place in this area of Lanes Mill Road.
At the small Lanes Mill Plaza mall next to Shell Station, a Dunkin ‘restaurant will be moving across the center of the Strip. The new restaurant will have a driving window, according to plans filed with the township planning board.
A new Wawa convenience store with gas pumps is also planned for the property across from the Shell station on Lanes Mill Road.
The project involves the demolition of the existing Wawa store and an adjacent Chinese take-out restaurant and the construction of a 4,736 square foot Wawa store and 12 gas pumps.
David P. Willis, an award-winning business writer, has covered business and consumer news at the Asbury Park Press for over 20 years. He writes APP.com’s What’s Going There and Press on Your Side columns and can be reached at [email protected] Join his What’s Going There page on Facebook for updates.