Skycraft Parts & Surplus, the iconic store that has long livened up Winter Park's skyline with rockets and a flying saucer, is selling its building on Fairbanks Avenue and moving to a bigger location nearby.
Allen Fiedler, president of Skycraft, says it could take a couple of years to sell the spot at 2245 W. Fairbanks Ave. and then move the store's inventory of electronic parts, electrical supplies, hardware, wires and specialty items to their existing warehouse. The 6,198-square-foot building was listed for sale earlier this month starting at $5.5 million by the Cushman & Wakefield real estate company.
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