The 6-acre site at 1428 Cincinnati St. is just east of the Love’s Travel Stop, which opened in 2013.
The project calls for eight double-sided fuel pumps for consumers and six fueling lanes for semi-trucks, as well as a truck scale.
The project is consistent with a planned development for the former Delphi automotive plant at 1515 Cincinnati St. and related parking lot at 1428 Cincinnati St., according to a Dayton Plan Board staff report.
The plan board recently approved the development plan, with some modifications.
IRG II owns the site. The company purchased more than 50 acres of Delphi’s property around 1515 Cincinnati St. more than a decade ago.
Travel centers, which are open 24/7, are much larger than QuikTrip’s standard convenience stores, according to Convenience Store News.
QuikTrip locations have kitchens that sell pizza, sub sandwiches, wraps and grab-and-go items.
“The Travel Center has room to service 20 cars for gas and six diesel bays for trucks,” Jefferson-Smith said. “The store will be equipped with an expanded QT kitchens that offer made fresh-to-order food and drink items, we will also offer grab and go freshly crafted sandwiches, salads, and wraps that will occupy your taste buds, or spoil yourself with our scrumptious donuts and pastries.”