An investment group in Oklahoma City, Okla., has purchased the Anderson Travel Plaza in that town, giving the group free reign on almost 11 acres complete with two convenience stores, a trucker’s lounge, a 120-seat full-service restaurant called The Silver Spoon and other amenities at the Phillips 66-branded site.
Andrew Geller, managing partner of 333 Investments, the firm that purchased the travel plaza, said the purchase was a great opportunity, namely because of the site’s excellent location.
“Anderson Travel Plaza was an attractive investment opportunity due to the strength of its position, not only within the commercial driver sector, but also because of the services offered and reputation within the surrounding community.” Geller said.
Anderson Travel Plaza is one of the leading fuel volume sites on Interstate 40, an artery that cuts through the heart of Oklahoma.
Houston, Texas-based Oppenheim Consulting Services (OCS), a division of The Oppenheim Group, handled the sale of the property, though the purchase price was not disclosed.
The 13,000-square-foot travel plaza is located at the southwest corner of I-40 and Choctaw Road in Oklahoma City. The site is branded Phillips 66 and also includes complete trucker facilities and Cowboy Liquors.