Riverside city leaders have purchased two Wright Point office buildings in their latest bid to spur economic development in the Center of Flight area, across from the National Museum of the US Air Force.
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By the Numbers
42: Acres in Center of Flight
20: Acres Riverside owns
$5.4M: Cost to acquire/demolish properties since 2002
$360K: Consulting fee with Forest City Enterprises
1.23M: Average annual Air Force museum attendance from 2008-12
$40M: Museum’s annual economic impact
$300K: Projected annual profit from Wright Point buildings
Sources: City of Riverside, Air Force museum
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