Looking for development sources?

“We own a 7000 foot runway as part of a closed military base,” states Bob Aronson. “Do you have any links to qualified firms that can advise on the feasibility of an airpark? Thanks!”

Dave responded with: I would contact BCRA Design (253-627-4367), a large, multi-faceted engineering, design, planning firm. Good luck and keep us posted on how the project develops. You can also search our resources listings.

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We are a small four person multidisciplinary firm that specializes in airport planning and design, including residential airparks. We’d be happy to consult with you. Aron Faegre, 520 SW Yamhill Street, Portland, Oregon 97204 503-222-2546

Dave or Whom It May Concern:

I would be interested in knowing where this airstrip is located (which state). It is possible it would work well for an airpark community since the 7000′ (presumably paved) would appeal to jet owners. There are not many airparks for owners of jet aircraft. It may also be feasible to sell the property for a private residence if the owners so desire and if the adjoining property would qualify as residential (zoning).

All the best,


The airstrip is on the Southeast border of the former Seneca Army Depot in Romulus, NY. ‘Seneca Army Depot’ comes up nicely in Google Maps. It is between the two largest Finger Lakes (Seneca and Cayuga), and in the heart of New York’s wine country. Thank you for your interest. Bob

We are developing 3,000 acre air park in Izamal, Yucatan Mexico. 20 min from telchac beach 40 min from cosmopolitan Merida 30 min from chichen Itza and about one hour from Cancun and Playa del Carmen

Runway to be 5,0000 feet Pre Construction 1 acre lots at $30,000 price to be raised to $60,000 once we meet our pre contruction goal number monies to be held at stewart Title. We are interested in working with expiriance air park designers. Our concept is club house/ with smallers lots available for those who dont want big lot and ranchettes for country living.

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