Available Sites & Buildings
Access, Infrastructure, Value
Whether you’re looking for a shovel-ready site or an office park environment with modern amenities, Dutchess County has a variety of sites and buildings available at the ready. While some of our key properties are highlighted below, Dutchess County also offers many redevelopment opportunities and incentives for historic buildings looking for their next lives.
Start-ups like Greyshed and 4th State Metals have given new life to former factories to develop new products transforming technology and architecture. High-tech giants like CyrusOne, GlobalFoundries and IBM have found secure power, accessibility and talent here.
Think Dutchess will not only work with your business to locate the right property for you and your team, we will assist you with permitting, incentives, and coordination with local government.
For more information on the sites and buildings listed or other growth opportunities in Dutchess County, contact Sarah Lee, CEO, at 845.463.5406, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dutchess Corporate Center
Dutchess Corporate Center features 50MW of power and redundant dark fiber in more than 500,000 square feet of office and data center space with an additional 100,000SF pad site. Currently home to a CyrusOne Enterprise Data Center, the site offers proximity to nearby Hudson Valley Regional Airport – just a 22-minute helicopter ride to NYC, and features raised floors, high-security fob access, and plenty of parking for large corporate users.
Hudson Valley Regional Airport
Just a 22-minute helicopter ride away from New York City, StartUp NY-certified Hudson Valley Regional Airport features hangars for private jets and helicopters, as well as development parcels for maintenance and storage facilities. Currently home to Sikorsky’s Associated Aircraft Group, FlightLevel Aviation and Shell Aviation facilities, the site offers all the professional services of an executive airport, without the congestion of NYC and NJ.
Located right off Interstate 84, just 16 miles from the NYS Thruway, iPark City is a prime industrial and office park with more than 2.7 million square feet of industrial and office space, as well as pad sites, on 454 acres just off Interstate 84. With municipal water and sewer, 100MW of power and redundant dark fiber, the possibilities are endless here – data centers, food processors, corporate campus, distribution, advanced manufacturing, biotechnology, R&D and more.
Parker Industrial Building
Located just 12 miles from the NYS Thruway, the StartUp NY-certified Parker Industrial Building is a multi-tenant industrial site featuring 100,000 square feet of open floor plan industrial suites, including 30,000 square feet with 20’ ceilings and loading docks. The site is currently home to a variety of businesses, including a food and beverage manufacturer and a digital printing firm.
With the character of a NYC start-up space, but not the congestion and price tag, the historic Indotronix Building is a major regional tech hub. Its 100,000 square feet of office/tech space is home to an IT/data center firm, digital media company and Hudson Valley Tech Meetup – a monthly gathering of more than 1,500 techpreneurs – mostly due to its attractive features: heavy power, robust telecommunications connectivity and bustling Downtown Poughkeepsie location.
The premier Class-A office complex in New York’s Hudson Valley, Oakwood Commons features twin 5-story 69,000-square-foot towers surrounded by restaurants, shopping and healthcare. Home to corporate offices of KeyBank, a national medical office group and investment partnerships, as well as a performing arts school, Oakwood Commons puts businesses at the heart of a bustling NYS Route 9 commercial corridor, just miles from home.
Poughkeepsie Business Park
One of the premier industrial parks in New York’s Hudson Valley, Poughkeepsie Business Park features more than 380,000 square feet of flex space with high ceilings and a 125,000-square-foot pad site, on 60 acres. Given its access to municipal water and sewer and heavy power, and location just 15 miles from the New York State Thruway, more than a dozen manufacturers call Poughkeepsie Business Park home.
IBM Poughkeepsie Building 708
Located less than 70 miles from Midtown Manhattan, and home to NYS Cloud Computing and Analytics Center and Marist College Institute for Data Center Professionals, Dutchess County is ideal for secondary and tertiary data centers. Recently spec’d as a New York State data facility, IBM Poughkeepsie Building 708 offers 140,000 square feet of ideal single-user or colocation data center space due to its access to 100MW of power, redundant dark fiber and discrete location.
Dutchess County Industrial Complex
Located just 12 miles from the New York State Thruway in a historic industrial district, Dutchess County Industrial Complex features 36 industrial suites ranging in size from 500 to 35,000 square feet, several large spaces with 20’ ceilings and garage doors, as well as a 5-acre shovel-ready pad site. Given its water, sewer and electric capacity, this 75,000-square-foot multi-tenant complex is ideal for advanced manufacturers, food and beverage companies, small distribution and more.
Taconic Crossings, is a 7.8 acre, 100,000 square foot office and flex/warehouse facility located ¼ mile east of the Taconic State Parkway, at the LaGrangeville / Poughkeepsie Exit, with approximately 289 parking spaces. Taconic Crossings has roughly 60,000 square feet of Class A office space and the remaining 38,000 square feet is flex/warehouse space.