Washington, MO, July 16, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Hilliker Corporation, a St. Louis owned and managed commercial real estate company, recently assisted its client in contracting for the sale of two out of 12 acres.
Wortman-Fortner, LLC has placed under contract two acres at the northwest corner of Highway 100 and Huxel Dr. in Washington, Mo. The development will include a Jack Flash convenience store and gas service station, as well as the possibility of a fast food chain restaurant.
The store will be approximately 8,000-square-feet and feature 20 fueling stations by Phillips 66. It will include two automatic car wash bays, as well as four self-serve car wash bays, plus free vacuum service. CSI Construction Management of Quincy, Ill. will oversee the construction which will begin in the second quarter of 2017 and be completed approximately six months later.
James Fortner of Wortman-Fortner said this is the second project by the company, which is currently working on building a new Jack Flash store in Jefferson City, Mo. Fortner has four of his own stores in Missouri including the Liquor Cabinet in New Haven, Northside Quik Stop in Union, Quik Corner in Gerald, and Everyday Convenience in Jefferson City.
Hilliker Corporation broker Scott Martin represents the seller, River City Center. He also is handling the marketing for the sale of a 1.81 adjacent acre lot, as well as the 8.11 acres on the east side of Highway 100 and Huxel.
Hilliker Corporation, which targets regional and national entrepreneurs, is St. Louis’ largest locally owned independent commercial real estate company located at 1401 S. Brentwood Blvd. The firm’s agents, who each average over 15 years of experience, have completed more than 10,000 sales and leases for industrial, office, retail and institutional clients since its inception in 1985. For more information, contact Scott Martin at (314) 781-0001.