Sale underway at shuttered Martin’s Charter Colony store

The store closed in August 2017, less than three years after it was built. (Photos by Mike Platania)

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — With a new-construction Publix on the way, the hardware that once lined a now-dormant Martin’s grocery store in Midlothian is on the auction block.

The shelves, appliances and other wares of the 74,000-square-foot shell at 200 Charter Colony Parkway are being auctioned off by local firm Motleys Asset Disposition Group.

The auction opened Sunday and closes at 1 p.m. today. Bids can be made on Motleys’ website. Over 130 items are listed, such as air conditioning units, gift card display racks and shopping cart corrals.

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