AVAILABLE WORLD CLASS AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURING & MAINTENANCE COMPLEX. 46,000 + to 1,200,000 + SF Available

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Wichita’s four-county region provides fi nancial, medical and business services to more than half a million people, truly distinguishing the area as the economic center of south-central Kansas and northern Oklahoma. A strong aerospace history has built the Wichita workforce into the second highest concentration of manufacturing jobs and skilled labor in the nation. Opportunities for strategic development abound, due to a young and energetic culture that is going places and quickly catching the attention of business professionals across the nation. Wichita is the largest city in Kansas and is the county seat of Sedgwick County. The nearest large cities are Denver to the west, Kansas City to the northeast, Oklahoma City to the south, and Tulsa to the southeast.

Wichita serves as the fi nancial, transportation, and distribution center of the central Kansas region.

The USAF has recently selected McConnel AFB as the home base for the newly developd KC-46A tankers which will be a boost to the area as this is a stragtegic part of the future for the USAF fl eet of aircraft.

The Wichita area workforce has a reputation for productivity and quality as the result of strong training investment. Kansas ranks second in the country in per capita workforce devel-opment spending and fourth in the country in gross spending on workforce develdevel-opment. Wichita houses a variety of industries, providing products and services that are recognized world-wide. Thousands of talented, creative entrepreneurs also call Wichita home.

exclusively marketed by

Aircraft Hangar, Maintenance Facilities and

Support Offi ce on USAF Base Tarmac

46,000

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to 1,200,000

+

SF Available

WICHITA FACTS

David C. Hinchman SIOR First Vice President

816.968.5812 david.hinchman@cbre.com Joe Orscheln Senior Associate 816.968.5861 joe.orscheln@cbre.com

CBRE :: 4717 Grand Avenue, Suite 500, Kansas City, MO 64112 :: (p) 816.756.3535 (f) 816.968.5890

WWW.CBRE.COM/WICHITAAVIATIONCOMPLEX

CBRE :: 4717 Grand Avenue, Suite 500, Kansas City, MO 64112 :: (p) 816.756.3535 (f) 816.968.5890

AVAILABLE

WORLD CLASS

AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURING

& MAINTENANCE COMPLEX

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• 239,815+/- SF Footprint

• 312,318+/- SF Gross total including mezzanine and/or sec-ond story offi ce

• Building designed in two (2) sections • High bay hangar space

127,800+/- Footprint

can accomodate aircraft up to and including 747-8 • Low bay maintenance building

111,240+/- Footprint

25’ clear

3 - 60’ bridge cranes, 5 tons w/ 14’6” under hook 4-140H

WICHITA, KS

• 270,319+/- SF Footprint

• 330,035+/- SF Gross total including mezzanine and/or sec-ond story offi ce

• 3 bay large aircraft hangar for maintenance & modifi cation operations

• 55’-80’ clear height in a clear span building

• Bay 1 & 2 can accomodate upto and including 747-8 • Bay 3 can accomodate 747-400

4-056G WICHITA, KS

David C. Hinchman SIOR First Vice President 816.968.5812 david.hinchman@cbre.com Joe Orscheln Senior Associate 816.968.5861 joe.orscheln@cbre.com 4-118F WICHITA, KS • 200,110+/- SF Footprint

• 221,269+/- SF Gross total including mezzanine and/or second story offi ce

• Leased through June 30, 2017 to Spirit (Boeing contractor) with options to renew

• Four large hangar bays for aircraft maintenance and/or modi-fi cation operations

• Four hangar doors 204’ wide 32’8” high Tail door 50’8” high 25’ wide

• Clear span COMPLEX FACTS

WICHITA, KS

• 325+/- Acres

• 1,213,121+/- Gross SF in 61 buildings • Heavy Power 12, 470 volts

• 6” 50 lb natural gas lines

• Runway access potential to McConnell Air Force Base • McConnell Air Force Base has been recently awarded the

home of the new KC-46A Tanker airplane.

• 59,121+/- SF three(3) story offi ce, electronic labs and fi re department building

• On tarmac to support hangar building complex • 19,752+/- offi ce

• Concrete stem wall construction w/ brick veneer • Full emergency fi re station

4-023L WICHITA, KS

• 47,624+/- SF Footprint

• 1950’s quonset hut style large aircraft hangar • Clear span

• One hangar door 215’ wide x 31’ high Tail door 21’ wide x 65’3” high

• Can accomodate 767-200, B-52H, C-32, C-40, E-6, KC-135, 717

4-016K WICHITA, KS

WORLD CLASS AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE COMPLEX

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• 239,815+/- SF Footprint

• 312,318+/- SF Gross total including mezzanine and/or sec-ond story offi ce

• Building designed in two (2) sections • High bay hangar space

127,800+/- Footprint

can accomodate aircraft up to and including 747-8 • Low bay maintenance building

111,240+/- Footprint

25’ clear

3 - 60’ bridge cranes, 5 tons w/ 14’6” under hook 4-140H

WICHITA, KS

• 270,319+/- SF Footprint

• 330,035+/- SF Gross total including mezzanine and/or sec-ond story offi ce

• 3 bay large aircraft hangar for maintenance & modifi cation operations

• 55’-80’ clear height in a clear span building

• Bay 1 & 2 can accomodate upto and including 747-8 • Bay 3 can accomodate 747-400

4-056G WICHITA, KS

David C. Hinchman SIOR First Vice President 816.968.5812 david.hinchman@cbre.com Joe Orscheln Senior Associate 816.968.5861 joe.orscheln@cbre.com 4-118F WICHITA, KS • 200,110+/- SF Footprint

• 221,269+/- SF Gross total including mezzanine and/or second story offi ce

• Leased through June 30, 2017 to Spirit (Boeing contractor) with options to renew

• Four large hangar bays for aircraft maintenance and/or modi-fi cation operations

• Four hangar doors 204’ wide 32’8” high Tail door 50’8” high 25’ wide

• Clear span COMPLEX FACTS

WICHITA, KS

• 325+/- Acres

• 1,213,121+/- Gross SF in 61 buildings • Heavy Power 12, 470 volts

• 6” 50 lb natural gas lines

• Runway access potential to McConnell Air Force Base • McConnel Air Force Base has been recently awarded the

home of the new KC-46A Tanker airplane.

• 59,121+/- SF three(3) story offi ce, electronic labs and fi re department building

• On tarmac to support hangar building complex • 19,752+/- offi ce

• Concrete stem wall construction w/ brick veneer • Full emergency fi re station

4-023L WICHITA, KS

• 47,624+/- SF Footprint

• 1950’s quonset hut style large aircraft hangar • Clear span

• One hangar door 215’ wide x 31’ high Tail door 21’ wide x 65’3” high

• Can accomodate 767-200, B-52H, C-32, C-40, E-6, KC-135, 717

4-016K WICHITA, KS

WORLD CLASS AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE COMPLEX

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exclusively marketed by

exclusively marketed by

Wichita’s four-county region provides fi nancial, medical and business services to more than half a million people, truly distinguishing the area as the economic center of south-central Kansas and northern Oklahoma. A strong aerospace history has built the Wichita workforce into the second highest concentration of manufacturing jobs and skilled labor in the nation. Opportunities for strategic development abound, due to a young and energetic culture that is going places and quickly catching the attention of business professionals across the nation. Wichita is the largest city in Kansas and is the county seat of Sedgwick County. The nearest large cities are Denver to the west, Kansas City to the northeast, Oklahoma City to the south, and Tulsa to the southeast.

Wichita serves as the fi nancial, transportation, and distribution center of the central Kansas region.

The USAF has recently selected McConnel AFB as the home base for the newly developd KC-46A tankers which will be a boost to the area as this is a stragtegic part of the future for the USAF fl eet of aircraft.

The Wichita area workforce has a reputation for productivity and quality as the result of strong training investment. Kansas ranks second in the country in per capita workforce devel-opment spending and fourth in the country in gross spending on workforce develdevel-opment. Wichita houses a variety of industries, providing products and services that are recognized world-wide. Thousands of talented, creative entrepreneurs also call Wichita home.

exclusively marketed by

Aircraft Hangar, Maintenance Facilities and

Support Offi ce on USAF Base Tarmac

46,000

+

to 1,200,000

+

SF Available

WICHITA FACTS

David C. Hinchman SIOR First Vice President

816.968.5812 david.hinchman@cbre.com Joe Orscheln Senior Associate 816.968.5861 joe.orscheln@cbre.com

CBRE :: 4717 Grand Avenue, Suite 500, Kansas City, MO 64112 :: (p) 816.756.3535 (f) 816.968.5890

WWW.CBRE.COM/WICHITAAVIATIONCOMPLEX

CBRE :: 4717 Grand Avenue, Suite 500, Kansas City, MO 64112 :: (p) 816.756.3535 (f) 816.968.5890

AVAILABLE

WORLD CLASS

AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURING

& MAINTENANCE COMPLEX

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Flight Line Buildings #4-118F

Wichita, Kansas

Building Design Features

BUILDING SIZE 200,110 +/- sq ft footprint

221,269 +/- SF gross including mezzanine and/or second story offices

DIVISIBILITY TBD

DIMENSIONS 225’ x 880’ approximate

OFFICE SPACE 23,385 +/- sq. ft.

CONSTRUCTION TYPE Corrugated steel wall panels

FLOOR Concrete

CLEAR HEIGHT

COLUMN SPACING Clear Span

SPRINKLER TYPE/DENSITY Hangar wet & deluge systems .18 gpm over most remote 3,000 sq ft; Office .17 gpm over most remote 3,000 sq ft.

HANGAR DOORS Four (4) doors: each are 204’ wide x 32’ 8” high; tail door: 50’ 8” high x 25’ wide. On ground level drive in door 12’x 16’.

RAMP ACCESS Yes

LIGHTING Metal halide / fluorescent / HP sodium

HVAC Package units

PARKING 241

ZONING Lt Industrial

YEAR BUILT 1957

WATER SERVICE

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

6” city water City service

SEWER SERVICE

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

4” forced main city service

ELECTRICITY SERVICE

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

4,500 amps, 480V, 3ph; two (2) 1,000 A substations and one (1) 2,500 A double-ended substation; Westar Electric

GAS PROVIDER

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

4” 50# Natural Gas Co-op

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Flight Line Building #4-140H

Wichita, Kansas

Building Design Features

BUILDING SIZE Total building 239,815 +/- SF footprint. Total gross 312,318 +/- including mezzanine and/or second story office.

High bay hangar 127,800 +/- SF footprint Low bay maintenance 111,240 +/- SF footprint

DIVISIBILITY TBD

DIMENSIONS High bay 360’ x 309’ Low bay 360’ x 355’

OFFICE SPACE 12,202+/- SF

CONSTRUCTION TYPE Pre-engineered metal bldg components

FLOOR Concrete; in low bay 6”; in hangar 18”

CLEAR HEIGHT High bay 70’+/- Low bay 25’+/-

COLUMN SPACING clear span high bay ;30’ x 25’ low clear bay

SPRINKLER TYPE/DENSITY Overhead wet system low bay .17 gpm over most remote 3,000 SF; hangar .20 gpm over most remote 5,000 SF

HANGAR DOORS One Door: 295’ wide x 50’9” tall Tail Door: 21’ wide x 65’3” tall

CRANES Three (3) 60’ bridge cranes; 5 tons; 14’ 6” under hook

AIRCRAFT ACCOMMODATED Up to and including 747-8.

RAMP ACCESS Yes

LIGHTING HPS, Metal Halide & parabolic fluorescent

HVAC Water cooled package units

PARKING TBD

ZONING Lt. Industrial

YEAR BUILT 1986

WATER SERVICE

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

4” city water; City Service

SEWER SERVICE

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

4” gravity feed; City Service

ELECTRICITY SERVICE

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

12,470V 3 phase 3 wire by Westar Service

GAS PROVIDER

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

4” 50# Natural Gas Co-Op

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Boeing Flight Line Buildings #4-016K

Wichita, Kansas

Building Design Features

BUILDING SIZE 47,624+/- SF footprint

DIVISIBILITY TBD

DIMENSIONS 190’ x 250’ approximate

OFFICE SPACE 295 sq ft

CONSTRUCTION TYPE Metal building

FLOOR 18” concrete

CLEAR HEIGHT Varies 16’ – 68’ 4”

COLUMN SPACING Clean span

SPRINKLER TYPE/DENSITY Deluge

HANGAR DOORS 215’ x 31’ with Tail door 21’W x 65’3” H

AIRCRAFT ACCOMMODATED 767-200, B-52H, C-32, C-40, E-6, KC-135, 717

RAMP ACCESS yes

LIGHTING High pressure sodium

HVAC Hot water heat, no air

PARKING available

ZONING Industrial

YEAR BUILT 1954

WATER SERVICE

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

3” city water service

SEWER SERVICE

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

6” gravity feed

ELECTRICITY SERVICE

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

600A, 480V service fed for bldg 23L switchgear

GAS PROVIDER

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

6” natural gas - coop

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Boeing Flight Line Building #4-023L

Wichita, Kansas

Building Design Features

BUILDING SIZE 59,121+/- SF

DIVISIBILITY TBD

DIMENSIONS 56’ x 365’; 3 stories

OFFICE SPACE 19,752+/- SF; Balance are electronic labs, fires department support (dining and sleeping) and fire truck bays.

CONSTRUCTION TYPE Concrete stem walls and brick

FLOOR Concrete

COLUMN SPACING 14’ x 20’

SPRINKLER TYPE/DENSITY Overhead wet system. Typical design density for office is .16 gpm over 3,000 SF

ELECTRICAL SERVICE 12,470 volt

LIGHTING Fluorescent t-8 and t-12

HVAC Multiple VAV units

PARKING TBD

ZONING Lt. Industrial

YEAR BUILT 1952

WATER SERVICE

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

6” city water; City Service

SEWER SERVICE

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

6” gravity feed; City Service

ELECTRICITY SERVICE

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

12,470V pad mounted; Westar Electric

GAS PROVIDER

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

6” 50#; Natural Gas Co-op

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Flight Line Building #4-056G

Wichita, Kansas

Building Design Features

BUILDING SIZE 270,319 +/- SF footprint

330,035 +/- SF gross including mezzanine and/or second story office.

DIVISIBILITY TBD

DIMENSIONS Bay 1: 243’ x 298’ Bay 2: 263’ x 298’ Bay 3: 263’ x 298’

OFFICE SPACE 23,455+/- SF

CONSTRUCTION TYPE Pre-engineered metal building

FLOOR Concrete: Hangar floor 18”; office floor 6”

CLEAR HEIGHT Varies in Hangar 55’ to 80’; office areas 10’ ceiling height

COLUMN SPACING Hangar space is clear span

SPRINKLER TYPE/DENSITY Overhead wet system Hangar design density is .20 gpm over remote 5,000 SF

HANGAR DOORS Three hangar doors:

Bay 1: 238’8” wide x 55’ tall Tail door 30’ wide x 80’ tall Bay 2: 263’ wide x 55’ tall

Tail door 30’ wide x 80’ tall Bay 3: 259’2” wide x 80’ tall

Tail door 26’ wide x 80’ tall

AIRCRAFT ACCOMMODATED Bay 1 and 2 up to and including 747-8 Bay 3 up to and including 747-400

RAMP ACCESS Yes

LIGHTING HPS, Metal Halide & parabolic fluorescent

HVAC Constant Volume & VAV

PARKING TBD

ZONING Lt. industrial

YEAR BUILT 1952/east mezzanine & tail door expansion 1998

WATER SERVICE

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

8’ City water; City service

SEWER SERVICE

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

10” gravity feed; City Service

ELECTRICITY SERVICE

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

12,470V 3 phase 3 wire by Westar Electric

GAS PROVIDER

(PROVIDER – SIZE OF SERVICE)

4” 50#Natural Gas Co-op

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6/11/13

Spirit/Boeing Lease (4-118F): Summary of Economic Issues: Date of Lease: April 3, 2007

Premises: 220,000+/- rentable square feet Lease Term: 10 years commencing July 1, 2007

Tenant has three five (5) year options

Option to renew notice to be delivered to Landlord not later than six (6) months’ prior to end of previous term

Base Rent: $1 million per year for each year of the initial lease term; options at CPI-US all urban consumer increases over the period of the previous term through the ending date of that term, then flat for the option term.

Additional Rent: Tenant responsible for reimbursement of Landlord for real estate taxes and insurance.

The Lease provides as follows:

“The parties acknowledge that Landlord’s payment for taxes and insurance are not allocated to the Premises. Landlord will allocate these costs of the Premises in good faith and will provide Tenant with a reasonably detailed explanation of Landlord’s method.”

Market estimates for these will be about:

(a) 2012 Real Estate Taxes charged back to tenant: $133,644 per annum ($.61 PSF).

(b) 2012 Insurance charged back to tenant: $19,410 per annum ($.09 PSF).

Repairs & Maintenance: (a) Tenant:

Tenant shall be responsible for routine maintenance and repair of (1) the interior of the Building; (2) the surface of the roof of the Building and all surface areas on the Property (other than landscaped areas) that are outside the Building; (3) the Parking Area serving the Building; and (4) all systems (including mechanical, electrical, plumbing, drainage, and all other systems) within the Building or serving the Parking Area. Tenant shall keep the Premises, including the Parking Area, free from trash and debris. In addition, Tenant shall be responsible for replacement of the surface of the roof (in whole or in part, as determined by Tenant in its reasonable, good faith judgment) if such replacement becomes necessary or advisable during the Lease Term. In exercising its reasonable, good faith judgment regarding roof replacement, Tenant agrees to take into consideration the impact of the condition of the roof surface on the roof structure and other portions of the Building (including Building systems) so that the roof structure and such other portions of the Building are protected by the roof surface.

(b) Landlord:

Except for repairs and maintenance that Tenant is to perform under paragraph 10.2 above, Landlord shalt pay for the repair of the roof structure, the repair and maintenance to the foundation, exterior walls, and primary utility lines that are exterior to the Premise and serve the Premises or Parking Area except to the extent that the

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repairs and maintenance are needed because of Tenant's misuse or primary negligence when such damage is not subject to the waiver of claims set out in paragraph 7.4, in which case Tenant shall pay for such repairs and maintenance.

Holding Over: 125% of Base Rent for the last month’s rent for the preceding term. See Exhibits attached for floor plan, site plan and parking.

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