Bidding now open on former FAA property in High Point
ATLANTA—The U.S. General Services Administration announces a public online auction sale of a former Federal Aviation Administration property in High Point, North Carolina.
Located in High Point’s Hampton Park community, the approximately 1.4 acre property consists of four residentially zoned parcels for sale individually:
- 1140 Scarlett Dr. (common area lot on approximately 0.254 acres)
- 1136 Scarlett Dr. (approximately 0.397 acres)
- 3991 Park Springs Dr. (approximately 0.364 acre)
- 3995 Park Springs Dr. (approximately 0.359 acre)
Each parcel is subject to the declaration, articles of incorporation and bylaws of the Hampton Park Homeowners Association of High Point, North Carolina.
The online auction is part of GSA’s ongoing efforts to dispose of excess properties saving taxpayer dollars and making more efficient use of the government’s real estate assets. For more information on GSA’s online auctions of federally owned property, visit https://realestatesales.gov.
“Through this public auction, GSA is helping find a better use for properties no longer needed by the federal government,” said GSA Regional Commissioner Kevin Kerns. “By auctioning this property, GSA will reduce the federal footprint, generate revenue and future savings for the government, and create a new economic development opportunity for the High Point community.”
For additional information about the property or how to submit a bid, contact Leigh Thompson at 404-562-2587 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mission of the U.S. General Services Administration is to deliver value and savings in real estate, acquisition, technology and other mission-support services across the government.
GSA’s Southeast Sunbelt Region delivers real estate, technology and procurement solutions to government and the American people in eight states, including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.