Enmarket’s new c-store features a proprietary restaurant, touchless restrooms, exposed ceilings and outdoor seating.
Enmarket has built its largest c-store yet—a new 6,366-square-foot store on Pooler Parkway.
The new c-store is located across the street from the soon-to-open St. Joseph’s/Candler Pooler Campus in Georgia. It offers 20 fueling stations and an electronic vehicle charging station. The new location marks Enmarket’s third in Pooler, Ga., but its first on Pooler Parkway. The two others are on Highway 80.
The new store features the chain’s first drive-through window, serving fresh food and beverages from Enmarket’s proprietary restaurant, The Eatery. It also features touchless restrooms, exposed ceilings, spacious parking and outdoor seating.
Some features are invisible to customers but will contribute to better service, such things as a redesigned and more efficient kitchen and an improved vendor receiving area. Progressive Builders was the general contractor for the project.
“This is the largest Enmarket we’ve built from the ground up,” said Brett Giesick, president of Enmarket. “We’re excited to announce this new location, and believe it serves as a fine example of our dedication to providing customers with quality service and food.”
The new store is part of an Enmarket expansion plan that includes the rebuild of the existing store on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in downtown Savannah, Ga., a new headquarters complex that will include the rebuild of the Enmarket on U.S. 17 at Chatham Parkway and a future store in Port Wentworth.
Enmarket currently operates 124 convenience stores and 14 quick-serve restaurants with more than 1,200 employees in Georgia and North and South Carolina.