Mixed-Use Property for Sale Next to Future Buc-ee’s in Pass Christian

PASS CHRISTIAN, Miss. — Beau Box Commercial Real Estate announced that 140 acres in the new Menge Commercial Park, located at the northwest quadrant of Menge Avenue and Interstate 10, adjacent to the planned Pass Christian Buc-ee’s, is now available for sale to retail, hotel, industrial, medical and office users.

“The plan is to widen the existing overpass to five lanes over I-10, which will help the site to attract regional and national users,” said Beau Box Commercial Real Estate President and CEO Beau Box. “That being said, we have had great interest from all types of potential users so far.”

Box said an estimated $15 million dollars in major road improvements will enhance traffic flow at the Menge Avenue exit into the commercial park. A roundabout will help traffic entering the site.

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In addition, Texas-based travel center chain Buc-ee’s will construct a new concrete boulevard between Lobouy Road and Firetower Road/Menge Avenue next to its new location. The road will run through the middle of the commercial park to service the planned Pass Christian travel center as well.

“Harrison County has needed a commercial park of this size for a long time,” said Dax Alexander of Brown, Mitchell & Alexander, which is providing civil engineering services for the project. “The location is perfect and utilities are available for a regional business center and the Menge Commercial Park will finally fill the void.”

Box is representing the landowners of the 140 acre parcel.

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Beau Box Commercial Real Estate has offices in Baton Rouge, Lafayette, New Orleans, as well as in Pensacola, Fla.

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