Industrial - Glenville Business and Technology Park
Glenville Business and Technology Park, Schenectady, NY
Glenville Business & Technology Park is located in the Town of Glenville, Schenectady County, New York. Situated on 152 acres, the Park consists of 10 warehouse buildings totaling 1.1 million square feet of quality warehouse and manufacturing space. Financial Incentives are available through the Schenectady Metroplex Development Authority. Rail service is provided to the Park by PanAm Railways.
The Glenville Business & Technology Park offers exceptional highway access given that it is strategically located less than 1 1/2 miles from Exit 26 from the NYS Thruway. Click here for directions to the Glenville Business and Technology Park.
Building 204 at the Glenville Business and Technology Park offers 45,200 sf of warehouse space and 2,800 sf of office space available for lease in Schencetady County. Formerly a warehouse and light manufacturing facility, Building 204 is subdividable in increments of 12,000 sf and features amenities such as high ceiling heights (18’ clear low bay, 30’ clear high bay), ample power, available paved acreage for outside storage and more.
Building 406 at the Glenville Business & Tech Park offers 56,000 square feet of heated warehouse space available for lease in Schenectady County. Located in the Research, Development and Technology district, this space is equipped with energy efficient lighting fixtures and has ceiling heights ranging from 18' to 30' center high bay.
For lease at the Glenville Business and Technology Park in Schenectady, New York, Building 604 has up to 50,000 square feet of warehouse space available.
Now available for development is 28+ acres of shovel ready greenfield site located within the Glenville Business and Technology Park in Schenectady, New York. This site can accommodate up to 350,000 square feet of new development.
Given its central location within New York and the entire Northeast this property is ideal for warehousing and distribution, manufacturing, and food processing. In fact, the site is currently fed by an aquifer with 4 million gallons/day of excess water creating a very unique opportunity for food companies that utilize water in the production process.