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Lawyer Lisa, 3202 Fernandina Road: April 2022   6 comments

Posted at 10:42 pm in closing






This Lawyer Lisa office, in the former N-Graphix building has moved, or consolidated to Sunset Boulevard. Commenter Larry speculates that the location may be caught up in the Carolina Crossroads I-26 project the same as a number of properties on both sides of the highway.

(Hat tip to commenter Gypsie)

UPDATE 9 October 2023: This building has been razed. Click here for pictures.

Written by ted on May 17th, 2022

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6 Responses to 'Lawyer Lisa, 3202 Fernandina Road: April 2022'

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  1. I grew up in Whitehall in the 1970s and 1980s, and I recall this being a Majik Mart type convenience story in the 1970s, but the building has been repurposed so many times over the course of so many years that it's difficult to recall its origin. Does anyone else remember?

    59 Ford Wheelman

    19 May 22 at 7:12 am

  2. You are correct. It was a Zippy Mart. Remember the others in the are being on Piney Grove, directly where Bower Parkway comes in, Mathias Sandwich shop, and I think Challedon Drive at St. Andrews, across from Ole Timey.


    19 May 22 at 1:09 pm

  3. Supposedly where Real Mexico is now (2421 Bush River Road) it was a convenience store/gas station similar to the one 59 Ford Wheelman & Jonathan are recalling (but that was before my time). I do remember (back in the 90s) that building being split between Steak Out and a Sunbeam Bread Shop...


    19 May 22 at 2:32 pm

  4. Thanks, Jonathan, for confirming. I had forgotten all about Zippy Marts!

    59 Ford Wheelman

    19 May 22 at 3:42 pm

  5. You are welcome. Yea, my mom wouldn’t let me walk up to the 7 Eleven, because she didn’t have faith in me crossing the train tracks as a young boy, however, I do remember one time there was a train stopped on the tracks, back when the library was in a trailer close to where the seafood market is, and I crawled under the train and it started moving as soon as I got through, so maybe she had a point. We used to build forts in the woods behind the Shell Station near the dirt road, so we’d walk across the street to the Zippy Mart. She didn’t know about that either. Andrew, that was a Majik Market where Real Mexico is.


    19 May 22 at 5:54 pm

  6. Folks I have confirmed that this building has been demolised.

    Not only that, just down the road (across the entrance to some demolished apartments (Willow Creek?) there is a building that the signgae is still standing on that states it once housed Sonitrol, Gamewell FCI systems that appears to have closed up shop as well (thoguh was unable to find anything that lead me to believe that that particular building ever featured here)...


    30 Sep 23 at 3:38 pm

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