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Land Use / Economic Development

As Airports become a central focus of passenger and cargo activities, they are also magnets for development of transportation-related/revenue generating land uses within the immediate airport vicinity. Such collateral development provides revenue opportunities on airport, as well as economic stimulus for industries in the communities surrounding the airport. SPS principals have experience in the refinement of on-airport and off-airport land use and activities that mutually benefit the airport and its community. The new demographics of traveling passengers and airport adjacent communities can support both traditional activities, such as industrial cargo uses and business tourism, as well as emerging industries, such as e-commerce, shared office,and seasonal resident complexes. SPS professionals work with the broad range of stakeholders to customize development guidelines and incentives that filter the potential options to focus on those that are most realistic in each specific airport context.

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