Western New York Science and Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park (WNY STAMP)


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The Science and Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park (STAMP) is a 1,250-acre mega site in Genesee County that connects the cities of Buffalo and Rochester.  The STAMP site is available for large scale multi-billion dollar advanced manufacturing, semiconductor, photovoltaic, energy storage, and bio-manufacturing.
 
STAMP is a competitive site because of its unique combination of benefits; including low-cost hydropower (~$0.035), access to a population of 2.1 million people, and planned installation of high capacity water and wastewater facilities. 












Site Details

Industry: semiconductors, displays/imaging, photovoltaics, optics/photonics, and bio-manufacturing firms

Status: shovel-ready

Acres: 1250

Zoning: Technology Districts

Sewer: 12 MGD

Water: 12 MGD

Electric: National Grid

Electric Cost: $0.035/ kwh delivered with NY Power Authority Hydropower

Electric Capacity: 500 MW+ from 345 kV NY Power Authority  

Gas: National Fuel 24” pipeline

Transportation:

- Ground- Park sits just off of the Interstate 90, Route 63 and 77

- Rail- None

- Air- 20 minutes to Buffalo Niagara International Airport, 45 minutes to the Greater Rochester International Airport

 

Site Reports

WNY STAMP Property Report

WNY STAMP Labor Force Report

WNY STAMP Demographics Report

WNY STAMP Talent Pool Report

WNY STAMP Wage Report

WNY STAMP Businesses within 20 miles Report

WNY STAMP Consumer Spending Report

 

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