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Tryon Technology Park – A Strategic Location for High Tech Companies Located in NY’s Technology Triangle

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Tryon Technology Park

The Tryon Technology Park (TTP) is a 200-acre tract of land in the Town of Perth containing shovel-ready sites for new and expanding companies. Situated in a wooded campus setting, the TTP is a perfect location for a business desiring a quiet setting. Sites ranging in size for 17-70 acres are available. A key component of Tryon is that all lot lines are floating so any site can be configured to meet the space needs of a specific business. Sites are competitively priced.

Fulton County understands the importance of time in the development of projects. That is why the TTP features an expedited local approval process. The two (2) local approvals needed for projects can be obtained within 30-60 days. This accelerated approval process helps projects get in the ground quickly.

The TTP is easily accessible from Exits 27 and 28 of the New York State Thruway (I-90). The Park is serviced by municipal water, municipal sewer and gas and electric services supplied by National Grid. All sites are owned by the Fulton County Industrial Development Agency (IDA). The IDA can incentivize projects by offering property tax, sales tax and mortgage recording tax exemptions. New York State also provides numerous business incentives.

In addition to the 200+/- acres of shovel-ready land, there are two (2) existing buildings available in the TTP:

1. Building 1 contains 75,000+/- sq. ft. and sits on a 12+/- acre parcel.
2. Building 2 contains 15,000+/- sq. ft. on a 3.4-acre parcel.

Tryon Technology Park
Viro Health Site #1 Site #2 Site #3 Building #1 Building #2 Site #4 Site #7 Site #6 Site #5 Tryon Development Area

Viro Health

ID: 1

CURRENT OWNER: VIREO HEALTH OF NY, LLC

CURRENT OCCUPANT: VIREO HEALTH OF NY, LLC

SBL: 164.5-5

SQ FT of BUILDING: 30,000

ACRES: 20.58

YEAR COMPLETED: 1998

Site #1

Area (Acres):21.61
Maximum Building Size: 470,000 SF

  • County Road 117/ 881 County Road 107, Johnstown, NY 12095
  • Zoned: Business Technology Zone
  • Owner: Fulton County Industrial Development Agency
  • Utilities: Water (12''), Sewer (8''), Natural Gas (6'' with 99 psi), and 3-Phase Power
  • Site can accommodate 470,000 +/- SF building
  • Located 9 miles North of Exit 28 and 11 miles North of Exit 27 off I-90
  • Centrally located between Albany and Utica
  • Quick access to I-81, I-87, and I-88

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Site #2

Area (Acres): 23.24
Maximum Building Size: 506,000 SF

  • County Road 117/ 881 County Road 107, Johnstown, NY 12095
  • Zoned: Business Technology Zone
  • Owner: Fulton County Industrial Development Agency
  • Utilities: Water (12''), Sewer (8''), Natural Gas (6'' with 99 psi), and 3-Phase Power
  •  Site can accommodate 506,000 +/- SF building
  • Located 9 miles North of Exit 28 and 11miles North of Exit 27 off I-90
  • Ce ntrally located between Albany and Utica
  • Quick access to I-81, I-87, and I-88

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Site #3

Area (Acres): 16.77
Maximum Building Size: 365,000 SF

  • County Road 117/ 881 County Road 107, Johnstown, NY 12095
  •  Zoned: Business Technology Zone
  • Owner: Fulton County Industrial Development Agency
  • Utilities: Water (12''), Sewer (8''), Natural Gas (6'' with 99 psi), and 3-Phase Power
  • Site can accommodate 365,000 +/- SF building
  • Located 9 miles North of Exit 28 and 11 miles North of Exit 27 off I-90
  • Centrally located between Albany and Utica
  • Quick access to I-81, I-87, and I-88

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Building #1

SQ FT: 75,000 SF
Lot Size: 12 +/- Acres

Building #2

SQ FT: 15,000
Lot Size: 3.4 +/- Acres

 

Site #4

Area (Acres): 69.09
Maximum Building Size: 1,500,000 SF

 

  • County Road 117/ 881 County Road 107, Johnstown, NY 12095
  • Zoned: Business Technology Zone
  • Owner: Fulton County Industrial Development Agency
  • Utilities: Water (12''), Sewer (8''), Natural Gas (6'' with 99 psi), and 3-Phase Power
  • Site can accommodate 1,500,000 +/- SF building
  • Located 9 miles North of Exit 28 and 11 miles North of Exit 27 off I-90
  • Centrally located between Albany and Utica
  • Quick access to I-81, I-87, and I-88

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Site #7

Area (Acres): 17.24
Maximum Building Size: 375,000 SF

  • County Road 117/ 881 County Road 107, Johnstown, NY 12095
  • Zoned: Business Technology Zone
  • Owner: Fulton County Industrial Development Agency
  • Utilities: Water (12''), Sewer (8''), Natural Gas (6'' with 99 psi), and 3-Phase Power
  • Site can accommodate 375,000 +/- SF building
  • Located 9 miles North of Exit 28 and 11
  • miles North of Exit 27 off I-90
  • > Centrally located between Albany and Utica
  • > Quick access to I-81, I-87, and I-88

 

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Site #6

Area (Acres): 24.87
Maximum Building Size: 541,000 SF

 

  • County Road 117/ 881 County Road 107, Johnstown, NY 12095
  • Zoned: Business Technology Zone
  • Owner: Fulton County Industrial Development Agency
  • Utilities: Water (12''), Sewer (8''), Natural Gas (6'' with 99 psi), and 3-Phase Power
  • Site can accommodate 541,000 +/- SF building
  • Located 9 miles North of Exit 28 and 11 miles North of Exit 27 off I-90
  • Centrally located between Albany and Utica
  • Quick access to I-81, I-87, and I-88

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Site #5

Area (Acres): 26.61
Maximum Building Size: 541,000 SF

  • County Road 117/ 881 County Road 107, Johnstown, NY 12095
  • Zoned: Business Technology Zone
  • Owner: Fulton County Industrial Development Agency
  • Utilities: Water (12''), Sewer (8''),, Natural Gas (6'' with 99 psi), and 3-Phase Power
  • Site can accommodate 579,000 +/- SF building
  • Located 9 miles North of Exit 28 and 11 miles North of Exit 27 off I-90
  • Centrally located between Albany and Utica
  • Quick access to I-81, I-87, and I-88

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Tryon Development Area

The Tryon Development Area is a 100+/- 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.

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Site Highlights

  • 213 acres of Shovel Ready Land

  • Located in a wooded campus-like setting

  • Owned by the Fulton County Industrial Development Agency (IDA)

Access

+ Access to Tryon Technology Park is from either Exit 27 or 28 off of the NYS Thruway I-90

+ Access into the Tryon Technology Park is from County Road 117, a public highway owned and maintained by Fulton County

IDA & New York Incentives

  • Property Tax Exemptions

  • Sales Tax Exemptions

  • Mortgage Recording Tax Exemptions

  • Relocation and Expansion Benefits

  • Job creation and investment incentives

  • Grants, Loans and Tax Credits

Targeted Industries

DCG Corplan, a national leader in market studies, completed a Targeted Industry Analysis for Tryon Technology Park identifying 7 Industry Clusters that would be a great fit:

Current Businesses in Tryon Technology Park

Businesses burdened with high stress and high costs can take a 180° degree turn away from those worries. Tryon Technology Park’s community offers a relaxed, low-cost environment that leads to improved productivity and profitability….

Tryon Labor Market Area

The Tryon Labor Market Area contains an educated, skilled & trained labor force for businesses to draw from…

Education & Training

There are 15 colleges and universities and  community colleges within a one hour drive from the Tryon Technology Park.

NY's Technology Triangle

Location…Location…Location…

New York’s Technology Triangle is formed by 3 large transformational technology initiatives … and Tryon Technology Park is strategically located to reap the benefits.

Fulton County NY

A Strong, Vibrant Community…

In Fulton County local connections still run strong. Friends see each other in local stores and ask “How is the family?” People hold doors open for each other and “Please,” “Thank You,” and “You’re Welcome” are expectations. It’s a safe, close-knit community with strong values.

Site Selection Magazine

It’s just the beginning, says James Mraz, an area native who’s been Fulton County’s planning director for 30 years. The facility that was once the jewel of the state juvenile detention system was closed in 2011 as part of a system makeover by the State of New York. Its creative, adaptive reuse is a project Mraz calls the jewel of his career, and is taking place in a county whose entire population is only about 50,000 people.