Campbell Airport in Grayslake for sale

  • Chicago real estate brokerage Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago is pleased to announce that Campbell Airport in Grayslake is for sale. Occupying 50 acres for active airport usage, the total property consists of 246 acres including wetlands. Listed for $8 million, Campbell Airport is a private/public airport operating since 1964. The property is home base to 51 aviators housing single engine and multiple engine aircraft in seven hangars with potential for additional rentable revenue-producing hangars.

    Chicago real estate brokerage Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago is pleased to announce that Campbell Airport in Grayslake is for sale. Occupying 50 acres for active airport usage, the total property consists of 246 acres including wetlands. Listed for $8 million, Campbell Airport is a private/public airport operating since 1964. The property is home base to 51 aviators housing single engine and multiple engine aircraft in seven hangars with potential for additional rentable revenue-producing hangars.

 
Updated 2/21/2022 5:50 PM

GRAYSLAKE -- Chicago real estate brokerage Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago is pleased to announce that Campbell Airport in Grayslake is for sale. Occupying 50 acres for active airport usage, the total property consists of 246 acres including wetlands. Listed for $8 million, Campbell Airport is a private/public airport operating since 1964. The property is home base to 51 aviators housing single engine and multiple engine aircraft in seven hangars with potential for additional rentable revenue-producing hangars.

Yolanda Deen and Rich Aronson are exclusive sales and marketing agents for the property.

 

Deen said: "Rich and I are delighted to represent the sale of Campbell Airport. The property has enormous potential. It could be a destination airport, home to a flight school for new aviators with a training center and flight simulators. It could even be a land development. In terms of possibilities, the sky's really the limit."

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