The C-Express at 711 North Second Street in Aberdeen will have a brand-new look and more food goods on their shelves by the end of this year.
A fully-restored building will replace the current convenience store at this address. Owner Mike Carrels said the renovation will allow them to offer more for their customers, most notably, a small footprint of grocery items, such as fresh fruits, vegetables, and meats.
The updated C-Express will also have a wider selection from their deli department, similar to what you see at their Sixth and Roosevelt location. Delivery will be available for Godfather’s Pizza orders placed here as well, and they plan to include this service for all store items (except alcohol and tobacco products) in the near future.
Along with the convenience store additions, Carrels said they’re revamping the attached casino and corner pub. Upgrades here will be a new lounge and menu with pub-style food. Extra parking will be put in to tie it all together.
Carrels said he is happy to partner with other local businesses, such as Ken’s SuperFair Foods and The Junction, to bring more groceries to this neighborhood in Aberdeen.
“This location services a needed market for items that go beyond the typical convenience store stop.” // – Jenny Roth
To keep up with the Second Street C-Express remodel, head to www.facebook.com/CExpressSD.