From former Mills 50 Circle K property to hybrid thrift shop/pharmacy/HIV testing center

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UPDATE: A Foundation spokesperson informed Bungalower that the pharmacy will remain up the street at a recently opened clinic and focus on the thrift shop and testing center aspects of their business model. They are expected to open in 2018. 

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation has purchased the corner lot in Mills 50 that formerly housed the Circle K gas station. All demo fencing has since been removed.

According to their offices in California, the foundation is looking to build one of its hybrid retail/pharmacy/HIV testing center concepts on the vacant lot.

Out of the Closet (Website) thrift stores donate 96 cents of every dollar collected through their stores  to the AIDS Healthcare Foundation for their HIV/AIDS programs. This would be the first Orlando location and the foundation has a clinic located just up the street at 1701 N. Mills Avenue.

Building permits have yet to be filed for this project.

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