News 2017

Air Ways

An appraiser floats several options to determine highest and best use for a dirigible hangar

By Jeffrey S. Harris, MAI

The nation’s only steel hangar for blimps remaining from World War II stands near Elizabeth City, North Carolina. The building is massive, measuring 960 feet by 328 feet and standing 190 feet tall, and its steel construction allows it to flex several inches to withstand wind forces. The property is zoned for industrial use, and improvements total 317,500 square feet of net leasable space

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