Trigild, which specializes in management and receivership of commercial real estate assets and operating businesses, was appointed receiver of the former Quik-Way C-Stores in late 2011. The company facilitated the sale with Annandale, which auctioned the properties on June 28, 2012.
Gary Aharonian, Trigild’s vice president of petroleum properties, said the stores were sold to two groups; one of the groups purchased two of the properties and the other purchased four. Four of the stores, in Sherman, Denison and Howe were Chevron branded; the others in Denison and Bonham, were Shell-branded – all have full convenience store operations. The properties range in size from 1,800- to 4,500-square-
When the portfolio was placed in receivership, Trigild took over as both manager and receiver to protect the assets and prepare them for a quick sale. As part of the process, Trigild staff liquidated inventory and equipment at the lease-hold locations valued in excess of $250,000.
“When petroleum properties like these enter receivership, it is critical to assure the assets are handled properly so that prospective buyers can move forward quickly and efficiently once the purchase is closed,” Aharonian said, noting that the process was completed in six months.
Headquartered in San Diego with regional offices throughout the country, Trigild has more than 35 years of property management, receivership/
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