REAL ESTATE: 2 West Seattle convenience-store sites for sale

Spotted in the commercial real-estate listings:

(King County Assessor website photo)

SUPER 24 JUST LISTED: The Super 24 store site in Delridge’s “Brandon Node” business district has just been listed, asking price just under $2 million. The site at 5455 Delridge Way SW is described as a “great redevelopment opportunity of mixed use or multi-family with short term leased back.” It’s a quarter-acre site currently zoned for four-story development, and if HALA Mandatory Housing Affordability is approved, the 40′ zoning would go up to 55′.

(King County Assessor website photo)

JUNCTION 7-11: The store at 4812 Erskine Way SW is a smaller site – 7,100 square feet – with a slightly smaller price, $1.8 million, but zoned for taller development – 65 feet, and here too (as with all commercial/multi-family property), more if HALA MHA is finalized – 75′ is proposed. The listing says in part, “First time available to the market. This is a high exposure property located in the heart of the West Seattle Junction. There is approximately four and one-half years left on the 7-11 lease” while noting that 7-11 parent company The Southland Corporation has the right of first refusal.

9 Replies to "REAL ESTATE: 2 West Seattle convenience-store sites for sale"

  • West Seattle Hipster July 31, 2018 (11:57 am)

    I usually loath bland, boring, mixed use developments such as what will be built there, but both of these existing structures are blights and it will be nice to see them go.

  • KBear July 31, 2018 (1:06 pm)

    The Junction 7-11 site is highly visible from several directions. A unique building in that location could be a distinctive anchor to the south end of the Junction.

  • Person who watches gentrification July 31, 2018 (4:44 pm)

    You say you’re happy to see it go but it shows gentrification at its finest to move in the rich and another reason to push out the poor. Worried about what looks nice vs what life is in these areas especially with Super 24

  • Question Authority July 31, 2018 (6:17 pm)

    One less place on Delridge to feed alcohol addiction, and yes predominantly among the poor being gentrified out.

  • WS Guy August 1, 2018 (2:38 am)

    It would be tough to do worse than that 7-11 and the hideous view of the building behind it.

  • Macs August 1, 2018 (9:22 am)

    Say what you will, Super 24 serves as a very-minimal grocery store for the neighborhood; it’s one of the only places one can get eggs and milk on foot. Whatever happens, Delridge needs more grocery options, and any new development should keep such a possibility open. In the meantime, the Junction prepares for its fourth grocery store (Whole Foods) to open.

    • alki_2008 August 1, 2018 (4:42 pm)

      Doesn’t the gas station mini-mart that’s literally next door to Super-24 sell similar products?.And the 7-11 would push people a couple blocks over to Safeway, where people have a wider variety of grocery options at a lower price that what 7-11 charges.

  • Bill August 1, 2018 (2:12 pm)

    What Mac said ↑

  • D.D.S. August 3, 2018 (6:43 pm)

    I know the owner of the 7 11. He said 40 7 11s in Seattle are for sale, Due to the minimum wage increase.D.D.S.

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