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November 2009

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From Site Selection magazine, November 2009

Blaze a Trail for El Paso’s Future


he El Paso International Airport and the City of El Paso are looking for strong visionaries with the demonstrated financial and management experience to develop a series of industrial and commercial sites in an expanding market place. Initial land development includes the completion of an 18-hole golf course, designed by world-renowned golf architect Tom Fazio, and associated clubhouse.

The Department of Aviation is looking for an entity to implement initial master plans, develop and lease to a strong customer base including defense contractors and U.S./Mexico twin plant operations. This exclusive area is ideally situated between a rapidly expanding U.S. Army installation, the border's largest Air Cargo Center and the recently completed golf course and clubhouse.

Resort Hotel

Adjacent to Butterfield Trail Golf Club, a nine to fifteen acre site has been reserved for El Paso's first resort hotel. This unique opportunity is offered to any entity with a well-known resort brand with strong financial management experience, and the capacity to build and manage a resort-style hotel with conference facilities.

Industrial Park

A new Science and Technology Park has been designed for 150 acres east of Global Reach Drive and south of George Perry Drive. This development will complement existing industrial development and nearby cargo facilities. This new unit provides much needed industrial capacity at the airport complex, as well as commercial and retail opportunities, with the ability to serve the nearby expansion of Fort Bliss.

Interested parties should contact:
Monica Lombraña, A.A.E
Director of Aviation
El Paso International Airport
6701 Convair Road, El Paso TX 79925
(915) 780-4724

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