Former Kulis facilities up for sale or lease.
Officials from Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport are
looking to sell or lease the former Kulis Air National Guard Base
facilities. The 127-acre facility is accessed via Raspberry Road. In
2005, the Base Realignment and Closure Commission recommended closing
Kulis and relocating the 176th wing of the Alaska Air National Guard and
associated aircraft to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson. In September,
airport officials expect the land transfer from the Defense Department
to be completed. The facilities available for sale or lease include
three office buildings, some with warehouse space, and one warehouse
with adjoining office space. Three hangars are available for lease or
purchase for aviation-related industries. Apron-front land is available
for developing aviation business. Preference will be given to
aviation-use applicants, airport officials said. More information about
the facilities and lease applications are online at http://dot.