GCEDC Shovel-Ready Sites
Apple Tree Acres, Bergen, NY
Apple Tree Acres Corporate and Manufacturing Park, 185 acres business park, is located just minutes from the NY I-90 and sits directly off of the 490 interstate and major route 33. This park is ideal for moving your product fast. Productions costs will be low with electric service currently at $.045/ kWh delivered. Progressive incentives are available including discount or abatement on sales, mortgage, income and property taxes as well as the availability of low interest loans and land grants. Current tenants include Liberty Pumps, Leonard Bus Company, and Ad Tech Graphics.
Buffalo East Tech Park, Pembroke, NY
Buffalo East Tech Park Campus is a 67 acre business park located on the I-90 at the Pembroke Thruway Interchange. This site is ideal for high-tech green projects, light manufacturing
and distribution centers given its proximity to the NYS Thruway, the ability to easily draw workforce from the local area including Buffalo and Rochester, and low cost hydropower. Current tenants include Yancey's Fancy and Professional Turf Services.
Gateway II, Batavia, NY
Gateway II Corporate Park is a fully shovel-ready industrial zoned business park in the Town of Batavia, New York. Gateway II is located in the heart of Genesee County less than one mile from the Interstate 90 and is the perfect location for a distribution and light manufacturing center
serving the major northeast markets. 128 million consumers can be reached within a 10-hour drive from Batavia, NY. The park is centrally located connecting New York's second and third largest cities, Buffalo and Rochester, and is currently home to Ashley Furniture's Northeast Distribution Center. Other area occupants include MiltonCaterpillar's new $17 million dollar facility. The Genesee County Airport is across the road from this site (5,550 foot runway that can accommodate most business-sized jets) and has a new airport terminal built in 2015. This site is perfect for regional distribution centers, heavy equipment sales, light manufacturing, or mixed use complexes. All major utilities are on site.
Genesee Valley Agri-Business Park, Batavia, NY
The Genesee Valley Agri-Business (Ag Park) is a one of a kind, 250 acre shovel-ready site focused on agri-business and food processing industries. On site there is the ability to access robust utility infrastructure including a short line rail spur. The Ag Park has seen tremendous interest and sales flow over the last three years. In 2011-12 Alpina Foods, LLC constructed a 43,000 sq. ft. yogurt manufacturing facility and Marktec Products, Inc. constructed a 5,000 sq. ft. facility for sales and service of ink jet label printers that are used in the food processing industry. In 2012-13 Muller Quaker Dairy, LLC completed construction of a 363,000 sq. ft. yogurt manufacturing facility. Today Dairy Farmers of America has purchased the plant and plans to continue dairy processing operations.
Upstate Med & Tech Park, Batavia, NY
The Upstate Med & Tech Park is located in Batavia, NY with 34 shovel-ready acres available. The site is zoned Planned Urban Development and allows for medical, technical, and mixed uses onsite. Upstate Med & Tech Park located across from the Genesee Community College (GCC) campus houses the Dr. Bruce A. Holm MedTech Centre Facility. A 43,000 sq. ft. accelerator facility for emerging companies. Current occupants include GCC’s School of Nursing, United Medical Memorial Center (UMMC) and Summit’s Physical and Occupational Therapy, First Wave Technologies, and the Innovation Zone (co-working space) as well as the offices of the GCEDC. Commercialization space is available to support emerging technology and medical device companies. The Upstate Med & Tech Park is part of the START-UP NY program and you could be eligible for 10 years tax free.
O-AT-KA Hills, LeRoy, NY
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WNY STAMP, Alabama, NY
The Western New York Science and Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park (STAMP) is a 1250 acre site located in Genesee County in the town of Alabama, NY. STAMP has direct access to high-capacity utilities, including low-cost power via the New York Power Authority’s Hydro Power Zone, connections to the Empire gas pipeline, broadband/ telecommunications, and high capacity water and wastewater facilities. The site enjoys an integrated labor shed connecting Buffalo and Rochester workforces, with a combined population of 2.1 million. There is access to a well-trained workforce from the 57 regional colleges with 17,500 enrolled engineering students such as RIT's Microelectronics engineering degree, and complementary STEM degrees (e.g., AAS in Nanotechnology) at local community colleges.
Buildings/ Available Space across Genesee County