Western New York Science & Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park (STAMP)
1,250-Acre Mega Site in Genesee County, NY
100% Renewable Low-Cost Power & World-Class Talent
STAMP is a 1,250-acre mega site located at the center of upstate New York’s largest population, research, and workforce training hubs.
The STAMP mega site is strategically located in NYPA’s low-cost hydropower zone. Projects at STAMP can access high-capacity, 100% renewable, reliable power sources.
STAMP connects New York’s high-tech corridor with a campus that has completed all site-level design and engineering, and all-site level environmental and zoning approvals for advanced manufacturing projects.
Renewables manufacturing, semiconductor manufacturing, andadvanced manufacturing are among the high-capacity industries best served by STAMP's mega site assets.
Learn more about STAMP's advantages.
500+ MW Available, 100% Renewable Sources (Hydropower), and available to projects at delivered costs well below national averages. Pricing and renewable %s dependent on project factors.
Expansive Water, Wastewater, Natural Gas Capacities Available; Reliable High-Capacity Sources. Learn more about STAMP's infrastructure advantages.
Parcels from 20 Buildable Acres Available.
1,250-Acres Zoned for Advanced Manufacturing & Support Operations; Completed Pre-Permitting (Environmental, Archeological, Federal and State Approvals); Full Campus Utility Capacities Available in Aggressive Project Timelines.
1.1+ Million Local (30-Mile) Population, 2.1+ Million Regional (60-Mile) Population; 57 Colleges & Universities, 9 Major Training Centers, 9,600+ STEM Graduates Annually. Learn more about STAMP's regional advantages.
Connected to Interstate 90 (New York State Thruway) by New York State Highway 77 (5 Miles to I-90 Exit 48-A); Close Proximity to 3 Major International Airports, U.S. East Coast's Largest Capacity Port, and Rail (Intermodal and Mainline).
New York is Built for Business - 0% Corporate Income tax, 0% Personal Property Tax, 0% Inventory Tax, with Utility and Workforce Programs and Credits to Support Manufacturing. Genesee County's project resources and Foreign Trade Zone add to the benefits of locating at STAMP.
In February 2021, Plug Power selected a 30-Acre Site at STAMP for a $232 Million Green Hydrogen Project. Learn more about the project here.
Looking for the right location to grow?
Contact Chris Suozzi, GCEDC VP of Business & Workforce Development