A few weeks ago Precious Adesina from The Telegraph of London interviewed me for an upcoming feature on the lifestyle of high-end airparks. While I grew up on an airpark, I don’t think anyone would classify Shady Acres as high-end. But I have wonderful memories all the same. We had a nice conversation over Zoom.…
The DailyTrib.com reports that, “Air Park Street in Horseshoe Bay is a taxiway for planes, but because it is not properly marked, cars have been using it, too. That will change now that the Horseshoe Bay City Council voted to put up proper signage and build a $6,000 gate blocking Stall Out Street where it…
“This just isn’t what we want in our backyard.”
Heavily damaged airpark is once again ready for the spotlight.
The Orlando Business Journal reports (subscription required) that Massey Properties has broken ground on 13 homes at X50 just south of New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Learn more at Massey Properties.
If you live in a specialty community, like an airpark, you’d like to see an aircraft owner and/or pilot take the keys to that house.
Back in October 2020 General Aviation News published an article by William Walker on what it takes to build your own airport. Of the more than 19,000 airports listed in the U.S., more than 14,000 are privately owned. While you may not want to build your own airport, you may be interested in better caring…
The biggest issue is a lack of homes for sale. Just over one millions homes are available for sale.
Southern Mississippi airpark scratches is the dream of developer Jay Knowles.
A feature story in a local newspaper highlights this Tennessee jewel.
New spa facilities, expansion of the existing fitness/wellness areas, updates to the open-air casual restaurant and its kitchen, enhanced pool deck, additional pickleball courts, and enhanced golf course and main clubhouse among the updates coming to Mountain Air.
Living the airpark lifestyle. From Georgia to the Bahamas.
Wyoming ranch adds airpark lots.
Hangar home sketch.
Hangar homes with style.