The Mohawk Valley Region continues to build a diverse pipeline of small, mid-size, and large development sites in various stages of readiness.
INDUSTRIAL SITE: CHAMINADE ROAD
Centrally located between Utica and Rome, the 250+ acre Chaminade Road site in the Town of Marcy, NY offers a wide range of development possibilities. Feasibility analysis has been completed and the site can support up to 1 million square feet of new construction or can be subdivided to accommodate multiple projects. One owner; private.
INDUSTRIAL FACILITY: FORMER ETHAN ALLEN PLANT, BOONVILLE
The nucleus of the envisioned Boonville Industrial District, the +180,000 sf industrial facility sits on +53 acres on the southern edge of the Village. The facility layout, municipal power, robust infrastructure, contiguous acreage, relatively flat topography, suitable soils, industrial zoning, and absence of major environmental liabilities all combine to make this site competitive for business attraction on the local, regional, national, and international (Canadian) stage. Additionally, proximity to two major NYS Highways and active railroad line provide multiple logistical options. The site can support a range of development scenarios – ranging from multiple tenants in the facility, itself, to new construction of up to 230,000 sf of additional structures, including requisite parking, storm water management, and greenspace. Listing agent is CBRE | Syracuse.
WAREHOUSE/MANUFACTURING/LOGISTICS SITE: SCHUYLER BUSINESS PARK
166-acre site in the Schuyler Business Park off of Drive-In Road. Formerly an organic corn farm, HCIDA recently acquired the site and has initiated preliminary site intelligence efforts to date.
WAREHOUSE/LIGHT MANUFACTURING SITE:
67-acre site in the Oriskany Business Park off of Judd Road. Formerly a farmstead, the site is currently owned by the County of Oneida and has been vacant for decades.
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING SITE:
16-acre site located in the Griffiss Business & Technology Park off of Ellsworth Road. Formerly a US Air Force Base “alert apron,” the site is owned by Griffiss Local Development Corporation (GLDC) and has undergone substantial environmental investigation and remediation.
Thank you to our valued partners who have assisted us in our site development projects: