Gardner Tanenbaum acquires Boeing Oklahoma campus

Gardner Tanenbaum Holdings (GTH) has announced it has acquired the entire Boeing Oklahoma City (OKC) campus to OKC Aerospace 1, LLC for USD 124,735,000, the company said.

The property is located directly west of Tinker Air Force Base and 10 miles southeast of downtown Oklahoma City´s central business district.

After purchasing the 33.25 acres, Tanenbaum invested in developing three buildings specifically for Boeing in 2007, 2011 and 2012. The buildings currently accommodate more than 3,155 Boeing employees and contractors who work with Tinker Air Force Base personnel performing support and modernization programs for US defense aircraft.

The Boeing OKC campus is the fastest growing Boeing site in the United States throughout the past five years. With the USD 14.3 billion contract awarded by The Department of Defense for Boeing to service US Air Force aircraft and the first of 14 maintenance hangars for Boeing´s KC-46 Pegasus nearing completion, Boeing´s Oklahoma City workforce will continue to rise.

Gardner Tanenbaum Holdings is a full-service real estate development, design and construction management firm based in Oklahoma City with over sixty years of development and ownership experience. The company manages over one million square feet of multifamily properties, six million square feet of industrial and office space and has an inventory of over two hundred and fifty acres of strategically placed land holdings for development.