2.5 Acres NE of Mojave Airport




Location- approximately 1 mile NE of Airport;
and one-half mile west of Hwy 58 Bypass

Area- Mojave
Acres-  2.5 net acres
APN- 428- 051- 23

Zoning- M 1, light manufacturing, Kern County

Topography- level and flat
Dimensions- 330’ x 330’, square 2.5 acres 
Utilities- none to property

Price- $20,000

Existing Notes-  free and clear
Terms-  all cash

RemarksLocated NE of Mojave Airport, but west of the Hwy 58 Bypass.
As stated earlier, Mojave Airport is THE manufacturing leader of spacecraft that will
commercialize space travel. Scaled Composites of Mojave has already built and flown
into sub-orbital space with its well publicized SpaceShipOne. Scaled Composites is now
testing SpaceShipTwo which will transport 6 paying passengers to experience space travel. Big money is involved in this venture. Northrop Grumman now owns Scaled Composites and Virgin Atlantic, the airlines owned by billionaire Richard Branson, has signed on as a joint venture partner. Mojave Airport, in June of 2004, became the nation’s first licensed spaceport and today remains an active airport and a civilian flight test center. As the commercial space travel industry grows, Mojave will likely grow and improve its spaceport facilities as space travel companies will want to be close to the firms that design and build the spacecraft.

The state of New Mexico has dedicated $300M for their own spaceport, which will be
used exclusively for sub orbital space travel and testing. The spaceport is under
construction and is hoped to be completed by summer of 2010.

Mojave, besides it bright future in development of aerospace aircraft, is also a major
transportation hub
as trucking, rail, and aircraft all converge in Mojave for the
distribution of goods for the western United States. The area west of Mojave, but
SE of Tehachapi, is becoming a hi-tech wind farm location with millions of dollars
being invested by one the world leaders in renewable energy, EnXco.


SAFETY & CAUTION: Anyone inspecting, or walking on the property,
    off the road, should be aware that rattlesnakes and other desert wild life
could be in the area. 
Be careful and use common sense!       


Directions to Property: From Palmdale or Lancaster, proceed north on the Fwy 14.
Proceed past Rosamond and continue north. As you enter downtown Mojave, turn
right (east) on Hwy 58. Proceed 2.75 miles on Hwy 58. Stop. Subject parcel is 2.5
miles due north from this location. No sign in area.