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Greenback Tires & Wheels is located at 7501 Greenback Ln., in Citrus Heights. // M. Hazlip

By Mike Hazlip—
A Citrus Heights tire shop along Greenback Lane is on the market for $2.8 million, according to commercial real estate listing site LoopNet.

The 3,080-square-foot building at 7501 Greenback Ln. is home to Greenback Tires and Wheels and the listing says the current owner is “moving on to other ventures.” A description of the offering says it is “an opportune time for an enthusiastic buyer to acquire a profitable turnkey business in the automotive service industry.”

Commercial real estate broker Narinder Singh told The Sentinel in a phone call Wednesday he sees potential interest from another automotive business, or the site could possibly appeal to Starbucks, although he has not been approached by the coffee chain giant.

The site features a second story that could be used for a private office, meeting room, or apartment, the listing says.

The owner of Greenback Tires and Wheels could not be reached for comment Wednesday.

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