``It's a pilot's dream to be able to live with your plane,'' said airpark developer and pilot Ron Heidebrink.
The idea is similar to a boating enthusiast wanting to live on the water with a dock and boat next to his
Developer Ron Heidebrink is building his home in the airpark.
The runways and amenities in the development, such as an airplane fuel station and clubhouse, will be owned by the homeowner's association.
partner, Eldred Hardee, own EVH Manufacturing, a company that makes farm equipment and hangar doors.
The airpark also will have leased space in a dozen or more hangars to store planes for those not living in the development and space to tie planes down, Heidebrink
For more information contact Ron Heidebrink at firstname.lastname@example.org or (843) 602-8220.