SilverWing at Sandpoint continues to move forward with the airpark development at the Sandpoint Municipal Airport (SDZ) in Idaho. The model unit was completed in December and several interested buyers are currently in negotiations, according to developers, who add multiple lots, along with a shell building, also have entered escrow.
“We have been very pleased with the level of interest we’ve seen from potential buyers since we announced this project in 2008,” said John McKeown, president. “While we’ve been able to show prospective buyers the development plans as well as our on-going progress, having a completed model home available will definitely increase interest.”
The SilverWing at Sandpoint community covers more than 18 acres with direct access to the public Sandpoint Airport. The development includes 44 lots and more than 10,000 square feet of community common area featuring a recreation center, pool, spa and exercise room. Each of the lots will accommodate a hangar on the ground floor and an unfinished loft space above, ready for specific owner build out. The project allows users the choice to utilize one of seven custom home designs or build their own hangar home, consistent with the vision of the project. All lots are on fee simple land.
In addition to the airpark development, SilverWing now also manages the FBO at SDZ. It has made upgrades to both the facilities and services since assuming control in November 2008, and that has been reflected in the increased traffic, company officials say.
For more information: SilverWingAtSandpoint.com.