$4M gas station/convenience store approved on Jupiter’s Indiantown Road

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(Photo/Bill DiPaolo)

Jupiter approved a plan to Tuesday to demolish the Circle K gasoline convenience/filling station on the south side of Indiantown Road just west of Alternate A1A and build a bigger one with four more gasoline pumps, bringing the total to 16.

The 1,000-square-foot building will be replaced by a new one that will be about 4,400 square feet.

Total cost will be a bout $4 million.

The council voted down a plan to require the owners to pay the town $75,000 for abandonment of a 25-foot-by-300-foot walkway within the site. The westernmost entry driveway to the Circle K on Indiantown Road will remain.

Annie’s Italian Ice, a longtime local favorite yogurt and ice cream store on the west side of the property, will stay.