NASA Issues Notice for Kennedy Space Center Land Use

Press Release From: Kennedy Space Center
Posted: Friday, June 1, 2018

NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida released a notice of availability (NOA) for undeveloped land to support activities in launch operations, assembly, testing and processing, renewable energy, research and development, support services, and vertical launch and landing.

The announcement is part of Kennedy’s multi-user spaceport objectives and is based on effectively utilizing land assets identified in the center’s 20-year Master Plan.  This NOA replaces the existing notice with a two-year window of opportunity beginning June 2, 2018, and expiring June 1, 2020.  Interested parties can respond to the notice anytime during the open period.  

“The Kennedy Space Center is America’s premier multi-user spaceport.  The last two years have seen a variety of new partners in governmental, educational and commercial industries that were excited to partner with us in an environment that fosters creativity, flexibility and exploration,” said Thomas Engler, director of Kennedy’s Center Planning and Development.  “Kennedy has established itself as the go-to center of choice for space industry investments, today and in the future.”

The official announcement and additional details can be found at:

Kennedy’s Master Plan is available at:

For information on additional partnership opportunities at Kennedy, visit:

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