Airpark Village has purchased Community Airpark near downtown Ft Collins, CO

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Airpark Village has completed the purchase the Community Airpark and surrounding assemblage. Plans are underway to build a Research Campus. This is an assemblage of 4 parcels totaling the equivalent of 66 city blocks of urban infill development land. The owner plans to market this property to developers as a National Research Campus.
Airpark Village has purchased Community Airpark near downtown Ft Collins, CO
September 11, 2006 - - Airpark Village has completed the purchase the Community Airpark and surrounding assemblage. Plans are underway to build a Research Campus. This is an assemblage of 4 parcels totaling the equivalent of 66 city blocks of urban infill development land. The owner plans to market this property to developers as a National Research Campus. Last April, this site was zoned for employment zoning district. This allows more than 5 million square foot of mixed uses including residential, office, hotel, retail, labs, restaurants, medical, clubs, industrial and other commercial uses. The development density has a FAR of 1:1. Additional ground is available.
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The research campus is envisioned as mini Los Alamos research environment growing a mixed-use village with a population of 12,000, including a retirement community sure to attract baby boomers wanting a creative lifestyle. The research campus will produce R&D and new infrastructures to reduce America’s dependence on foreign oil. Examples are:  transport, robotics engines, conservation, renewable energy, water, and automation. Whether we wait for the economic strangulation of increasing gas prices or suffer the sudden interruptions of oil from hurricanes, terrorism, worn-out pipelines or war in the Middle East, our national economy is at stake in the transition away from oil dependence. DOE predicts it will take many trillions of dollars to replace our dependence on foreign oil. Such is the need for a research campus to experiment and practice with new infrastructure.

About the Engineering Team Behind Airpark Village:
In 1998, Smartskyways made a joint study agreement with a group of former Disney engineers that built the original monorails at Disneyland and Disney World and at the Las Vegas MGM. This group has choreographed the mobility of people more than anyone has anywhere. They want to leave behind a legacy of what they have learned about this art. They have researched all the known transit systems worldwide for their best features and have configured them into a small, simple yet effective system. Their dream and hard work will become reality with Airpark Village.

Media Contact:
Contact: Lloyd Goff
Company Name:  Airpark Village LLC
Telephone Number:  (303) 671-5340
Fax Number:  (303) 671-7718
Email Address lloydgoff@hotlmail.com
Web site addresses: www.airparkvillage.com

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