Enon pharmacy sold for $2.9M

An Enon Rite Aid pharmacy store recently sold for about $2.9 million, according to information from the Clark County Auditor’s Office.

Property records show a company called Prep Pharmacy Enon LLC purchased the roughly 1.7-acre property on Dayton-Springfield Road in Enon earlier this month. The business is registered in Wilmington, Delaware, and company officials could not be reached for comment.

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The seller was listed as GNJS of Ohio LLC. That company’s agent is listed as the Butler Report Co., in Columbus. That business also could not be reached for comment.

Information from the Clark County Auditor’s Office shows GNJs had previously purchased the property in 2006 for $3 million from a company called Soverign R A LLC. Auditor’s records show the roughly 11,100 square-foot Enon location was built in 2005.

According to Rite Aid’s website, the pharmacy chain operates approximately 20 stores throughout Ohio. In Clark County, the chain also has locations in Springfield and New Carlisle.

The chain is headquartered in Camp Hill, Pa. Last year, the national chain entered an agreement to sell 1,932 stores to Walgreens boots Alliance, Inc. a deal that was completed this spring for about $4.4 billion in cash. In February, Rite Aid also announced a merger agreement with Albertsons Companies, one of the nation’s largest grocery retailers.


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