|9 Months Ended|
Sep. 30, 2021
|Subsequent Events [Abstract]|
16. Subsequent Events
Senior Notes Offering
As discussed in Note 4 above, on October 21, 2021, the Company completed a private offering of $450 million aggregate principal amount of Senior Notes.
On November 9, 2021, the Company acquired the operations and leasehold interest of 36 self-operated convenience stores and gas stations and one development parcel, located in North Carolina (the “Handy Mart Acquisition”). The total consideration for the transaction, including the purchase of real estate by Oak Street pursuant to the Program Agreement as described above, will be approximately $112 million plus the value of inventory and cash in the stores on the closing date. The Company financed the consideration for the acquired operations from its own sources and Oak Street has agreed to pay the remaining consideration for certain of the seller’s sites it has agreed to acquire as described below.
At the closing of the transaction, the Company purchased and assumed, among other things, certain vendor agreements, equipment, inventory and goodwill with regard to the acquired assets and paid approximately $12 million plus the value of inventory and cash in the stores on the closing date. At the closing, Oak Street purchased the fee simple ownership in five of the sites for approximately $16 million and will lease an additional 24 sites from the seller until, pending completion of all necessary title work, Oak Street purchases the fee simple ownership in these 24 leased sites from the seller for approximately $84 million. Additionally, at the closing, pursuant to the Program Agreement, the Company entered into a master lease with Oak Street under customary lease terms for the sites Oak Street acquired or will acquire in the Handy Mart Acquisition. As of the closing of the transaction, the Company leases one site, the development parcel and a maintenance facility from the seller and the remaining six sites from other third parties.
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