O’Reilly Auto Parts has signed a 33,750-square-foot lease to anchor Sugar Hill Station at 4450 Nelson Brogdon Boulevard NE in Sugar Hill, Georgia.
“O’Reilly will be a great addition to Sugar Hill Station, and we’re delighted to bring such a strong retailer to a new expanded facility in this market,” said Halpern Regional Leasing Director Benjamin Halpern.
Founded in 1957 and headquartered in Springfield, Missouri, O’Rielly Auto Parts has more than 5,560 stores in the United States and Mexico. The leading auto parts supplier offers a wide variety of products from hundreds of top brands.
Owned, leased and managed by Halpern Enterprises for the past 27 years, Sugar Hill Station is a 144,425-square-foot neighborhood shopping center located in Gwinnett County. Major tenants at the property include Dunkin Donuts, Papa John’s, Liberty Tax Service, Enterprise, Boost Mobile and Georgia Institute of Cosmetology.
Sugar Hill Station is located at the busy intersection of GA-20 and Buford Highway, minutes from I-985 and Peachtree Industrial Blvd. The center is 2 miles from Mall of Georgia and 5 miles from Lake Lanier.