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Tryon Development Area

A Pastoral Setting for Mixed Residential Development

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Tryon Development Area


The Tryon Development Area is a 45+/- acre tract of land owned by the Fulton County Industrial Development Agency. This prime tract of land is immediately available for sale and development. This picturesque site with beautiful vistas is an attractive location for various types of housing.


  • The land is owned by the IDA and is currently available.

  • Infrastructure onsite.

  • Strong public support for the Concept Plan by both Town and County.

  • Established market demand for new housing and retail.

  • Quiet, picturesque setting with beautiful vistas.

Retail Space
Retail Space
Professional Office Space
Professional Office Space
Single Family Homes
Single Family Homes
Family Apartments
Family Apartments

Site Summary


CR 158 -1/2 mile off Route 29


Town of Perth

# of Parcels


Site Condition



Business & Technology


Water, Serer, Gas. Electric

Traffic Counts

AADT of 1674 on County Route 158; AADT of 7057 on NYS 29

Development Concept

The Development Concept features both single-family housing, townhomes and apartments with a mixture of commercial and retail uses in a scenic setting.

Being ½ mile off NYS Route 29, the Development Area is 5 minutes from downtown Gloversville and Johnstown and 30 minutes to downtown Saratoga.

Site Features

  • Picturesque setting with larger lots available for upscale housing.

  • Land is currently available for sale.

  • Water, sewer, gas and electricity onsite.

  • Located adjacent to the Tryon Technology Park, which offers 213 acres of shovel-ready land in a wooded campus-like setting. The Park hosts a 15,000 SF facility with a wide range of amenities and the flexibility to provide incubator space to up-and-coming businesses.

  • Scenic vistas.

Broadalbin-Perth School District

The Tryon Development Area is located in the popular and highly-rated Broadalbin-Perth School District which features:

  • Average graduating class size of 130 students with graduation rate among the highest of the region;
  • Seventeen college-course classes, ten Advanced Placement (AP) offerings and dual enrollment;
  • Free half-day and full-day prekindergarten and before- and after school childcare (pre-K to grade 5); and
  • Athletic and extracurricular activities for all ages including art, music, drama, science and robotics, foreign language, community service, hobbies and academic programs such as Odyssey of the Mind, STEM Club and Masterminds.

Infrastructure & Utilities

  • Municipal water and sewer service available for public infrastructure.

  • Electric and natural gas services available.

  • Cable and broadband available from Frontier Communications
    and Spectrum

Market Demand

Fulton County Housing Strategy calculated the demand for housing among current residents countywide and in eight sub-markets.

Retail Demand

Fulton County’s 2017 Retail Strategy identifies an immediate unmet demand for nearly $49 million in demand from leakage or the equivalent of up to 145,000 SF of retail in a range of categories

Fulton County

Fulton County is a premier place to live, visit and work in upstate New York, offering THE LOWEST COST OF LIVING in the entire region and an extraordinary quality of life!