The Greenville Airport Commission in South Carolina is actively seeking businesses for seven parcels of land that range in size from 2.5 to 18 acres at the Greenville Downtown Airport (GMU). This marks the first time these parcels have been listed on the commercial real estate market, according to airport officials.
The leasing of the parcels has been awarded to Hunter Garrett and Tyson Smoak of NAI Earle Furman, a full-service brokerage firm in the Upstate of South Carolina. “Some of the sites have runway access. That’s one of the very unique features that this land has to offer,” said Smoak, noting the plots have flexible zoning and are available for long-term lease.
GMU, the busiest general aviation airport in South Carolina, is self-sufficient, which means it doesn’t rely on local taxpayers for funding, airport officials said. The airport is home to more than 25 aviation-related businesses creating 453 jobs that annually contribute more than $35.2 million to the Upstate economy. Greenville County recently lowered the tax rate applicable to aircraft by more than 60%, airport officials add.
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