TULSA, Okla., Sept. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- National Commercial Auctioneers [www.natcomauctions.com] announces the absolute auction of a commercial property in Tulsa that was formerly a truck and car wash on Wednesday, September 21, 2011, at 11am CDT, according to Stephen Karbelk, CAI, AARE, CEO & Founder.
"This is an exceptionally well-located property just off I-44 with visibility from I-44 East bound lanes," said Karbelk. "This is a bank-owned property that will sell Absolute to the highest bidder, so this is a tremendous opportunity for all commercial real estate investors."
Located at 16136 E. Admiral Place South in Tulsa, this property is situated on 5.51 acres and improved with a 12,609 sq. ft. steel frame and concrete block brick truck and car wash with a 15 ft. wall height and flat roof.
"This is a highly traveled area with a QuikTrip, Burger King and Adesa Auto Auction nearby," comments Rick Miller, Vice President at National Commercial Auctioneers and the Project Manager for the auction. "Rarely does such a well-located property become available at an Absolute Auction. If you are in the commercial real estate business in Tulsa, you need to be at this auction." This property is off of Exit 238 on I-44. There is a tremendous amount of commuter and visitor traffic that frequents this exit.
The property has six manual bays, two automatic car wash bays and two truck wash bays. All equipment is believed to be inoperable. While the property used to be a truck and car wash, it has many other commercial uses and can be redeveloped for other commercial and retail uses. The property consists of two parcels with a mixed zoning.
Broker participation is offered and encouraged. For more details on how to receive the property information package, visit www.natcomauctions.com or call toll free at (877) 895-7077.
National Commercial Auctioneers is a nationwide auction company that specializes in commercial sales for banks, special servicers, receivers, Trustee's and bankruptcy courts.
SOURCE National Commercial Auctioneers