BLAINE, MINN. – Flight Line Enterprises (FLE), which plans to build a restaurant and conference center at Anoka/Blaine Airport in the Twin Cities, is now focusing on completing site preparation. FLE has already received approval from the Minnesota DOT Office of Aeronautics for driveway access, and hired engineers and ecologists. The next step is to get Department of Natural Resources and Watershed District approval.
FLE is also seeking a partnership with an existing business in the restaurant industry for the dedicated 20,000 sq ft. portion of the building. This new partner will lease the dedicated north portion of the facility and operate a restaurant as part of the project design.
FLE’s immediate task is to sell the balance of its shares in the project to reach its financial goal in order to secure bank financing. Investor inquiries are welcome.
Plans to build a new Vikings football stadium at nearby Arden Hills have brought a great deal of positive response to the FLE project.