GLENVILLE — Progress continues at the Glenville Business and Technology Park, where a building will be constructed, an old building may be reused, and the county is seeking to buy 40 acres from the federal government for further development.
The town of Glenville Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday approved construction of a 98,000-square-foot building by the Galesi Group, which owns a significant chunk of the former Scotia Naval Depot. The Galesi Group is undertaking the $5 million project on spec — it has no tenant lined up for the space and expects no trouble finding one when construction is complete.
CEO David Buicko said Galesi has 10.8 million square feet of light industrial space at its cluster of four Capital Region industrial parks, and undertook a similar 100,000-square-foot expansion at the Rotterdam Industrial Park on spec two years ago. It is now fully occupied.
“We’re fairly full in most of our spaces,” Buicko said. “We need new product and we’re very confident.”
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John Cropley | August 17, 2017. “More Construction Coming to Glenville Industrial Park.” The Daily Gazette, dailygazette.com/article/2017/08/17/more-construction-coming-to-glenville-industrial-park.