The Auburn City Council will consider the authorization of a development agreement between the City and Buc-ee’s Auburn LLC at its May 18 regular meeting, according to a legal notice that ran in the Opelika-Auburn News on Monday, May 11.
The 50,000 square foot destination travel center to operate under the trademark “Buc-ee’s Auburn LLC” would be located at the Northeastern quadrant of Interstate 85 near Exit 50 and Auburn Technology Park.
Buc-ee’s Auburn, LLC formed on April 24, 2021, according to the Secretary of State’s business entity records.
The popular convenience store and gas station is known for being a tourist destination in Texas and its smiling cartoon beaver mascot.
Buc-ee’s Auburn would be the latest in a string of Buc-ee’s travel centers to open in Alabama, following one in Leeds and one in Robertsdale.
Buc-ee’s Vice President Real Estate Development Richard Golden said in a phone call Tuesday afternoon that Buc-ee’s has not closed on real estate property in Auburn.
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