Unmanned aerial systems park opens in North Dakota.
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Grand Sky, America's first unmanned aerial systems (UAS) business and aviation park, is now open and taking applications for build-to-suit site tenancy.
Last week, the US Air Force, Grand Forks County and Grand Sky Development Company commemorated the execution of an Enhanced Use Lease (EUL) during a ceremony at Grand Forks Air Force Base, therefore officially marking the commencement of the park's development.
Grand Sky is a lease of Air Force property for a period of 50 years. It is a 217-acre business and aviation park focused on developing and nurturing the Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) industry in North Dakota and the US. It is a development executed in partnership with Grand Forks County, N.D., and is located on Grand Forks Air Force Base. The park offers 1.2 million square feet of hangar, office, shop, laboratory and data center space available on a build-to-suit basis with financing available.
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|Date:||Feb 25, 2015|
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