Uses for an abandoned 250' tall cable tower?

by Matt M
(Momence, IL (Kankakee county))

I have a property that has an estimated 250' tall tower that was utilized for cable television. Can I lease out and how much could I expect?

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Mar 29, 2011
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by: Tower Genius

Matt, as long as you own the tower there are options available. Although you won't see Chicago cell tower rental prices, you are still close enough where the sites are a bit more valuable than the ones surrounded by miles of corn fields.

There are companies out there with marketing departments who will partner with you to bring carriers to your site. They may even swap out your tower if there is a need and it is not structurally sound.


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