It's been closed and vacant for years, but the former 7-Eleven store on New Road in Linwood has finally been sold and is on track to be transformed into something new.

Now, the speculation begins. What will it BE? Gone are Slurpees and taquitos. Could something food related, perhaps pizza, have bought the building? The space is already outfitted to accommodate a kitchen.

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Maybe it'll be another kind of convenience store.

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Perhaps it will become a dry cleaner or nail salon.

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Of course, one could also make the joke about it becoming another dollar store. They certainly seem to be popping up more and more these days.

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But, we also have to entertain the whole building could be demolished, leaving room for a new structure. We'll just have to wait and see.

All we know right now is the Berkshire Hathaway Realty sign out front reads, 'SOLD'.

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In the meantime, if you've got any insight, feel free to share!

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