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MACRE Professionals in management consultancy for Real Estate and Airport Related Land and Real Estate.
MACRE focuses on adding value to airports, other than aviation, by improving its economical value in the region.
MACRE creates opportunities for airports by strategically balancing and structuring Non-Aeronautical functions on airports.
MACRE provides advisory services on a wide spectrum of integrated planning Non-Aeronautical related land use and development.
MACRE takes an active and role in making and implementing strategy in order to deliver added value and shareholder value to the Non-Aeronautical sector of airports.
“Major airports are key nodes for global production and enterprise systems offering them speed, agility, and accessibility. They are also powerful engines for local economic development attracting aviation-linked businesses of all types to their environs. These include, among others, time-sensitive manufacturing and distribution; hotel, entertainment, retail, and exhibition complexes; and office buildings that house regional corporate headquarters and air-travel intensive professionals.
As aviation-oriented businesses cluster around these airports and along transportation corridors radiating from them, a new urban form is emerging — the Aerotropolis — stretching up to 20 miles (25 kilometers) outward from the airports. Similar in shape to the traditional metropolis made up of a central city core and its commuter-linked suburbs, the Aerotropolis consists of an airport city core and outlying corridors and clusters of aviation-linked businesses. “John D. Kasarda, Ph. D. Senior Fellow and Trustee of the Urban Land Institute.