Aurora, CO Adams Country Land 160. acre for sale in Aurora, CO

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This online Tender Offer Event is for +/-160 acres of land situated south of E. 48th Avenue and Front Range Parkway in unincorporated Adams County, Colorado. Features/highlights of the property are as follows:

Located at the main entrance to Front Range Airport & proposed Spaceport Project

Ideal for heavy industrial, R&D, manufacturing, distribution & aviation-related uses

Site boasts two miles of frontage on E. 48th

Easy access to I-70 & E-470, the two main highways in the region

Currently zoned AG/part of Adams County's comprehensive plan as a commercial site

Wheat crops (every other year) and oil (when well is producing) currently generate income

Denver International Airport is located approximately ten miles west/northwest of the subject property

Front Range Airport was built in 1984 with the vision of driving the economy in eastern Adams County by supplying an increase in air cargo and general aviation business. The vision was supplemented by the addition of two 8,000 foot runways, three full precision instrument landing systems(ILS) and ramps on the east side and west side of the airport. Front Range Airport was proud to establish controlled airspace after the opening of the tallest general aviation air traffic control tower in North America in 2005.

Always looking to expand on its 3,100 acres of land, Front Range Airport supports local and state governments with the building of a Colorado National Guard armory, as well as the Colorado Department of Transportation Aeronautical Division and Colorado State Patrol office. Front Range Airport continues to maintain a foothold in the technological development of sub-orbital flight and aerospace research and development.

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