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Is Rebkee Company Bringing a CVS Pharmacy to Hull Street?!

After years of waiting, Hull Street *might* be just about to get a proper pharmacy.

If you have followed our recent stories, the old McDonalds was relocated diagonally across Hull St and Commerce Road. Then the old store was torn down. And now after considerable speculation, the site has finally changed hands.

According to city property records a new developer to the neighborhood, Rebkee Company, has leapt into the Manchester neighborhood by acquiring the old McDonalds franchise site for $650,000 on May 31st. Rebkee Company is well known around Virginia for doing site acquisition and development of new CVS pharmacies. According to the Rebkee website: “Our current client list includes institutional investors such as Goldman Sachs, as well as Fortune 500 retailers such as CVS Pharmacy, among others.

While the details are uncertain at this point, and we have not been able to confirm if CVS is in fact the tenant intended for the parcel, I’d say there is a decent chance we might be about to get a new pharmacy. And if true, a badly needed amenity for the community will soon be added to our rapidly growing neighborhood.

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  1. There is a rite aid within a short walk of this parcel. It would be much cooler in my opinion to continue with the storefront/apartment setup that the rest of Hull has.

  2. Are you referring to the Rite Aid at Cowardin/Hull? Not necessarily disagreeing, but if so, that is 8 blocks from Commerce and ~16/17 blocks from northernmost Hull/Mayo Bridge.

  3. Rite Aide is a legitimate pharmacy and right on Hull and Cowardin. WE NEED A GROCERY STORE PEOPLE!!! What is it going to take to get retail to see the most pressing need. Not the new convenience store going in next to Churchs Chicken, not a new pharmacy, not a new Dollar General. We need access to healthy affordable food!

  4. Yes, that one.I’m not opposed to the idea of another drug store though. I would rather see one like the CVS downtown that looks more like the neighborhood around it than a big standalone. I always thought that McDonald’s threw of the vibe of that intersection.

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