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Featured Property :: Western New York Science Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park (WNY STAMP)
Alabama, NY 14013
Western new york's mega-site
The Western New York Science, Technology, Advanced Manufacturing Park (WNY STAMP)is a large scale(1,340 acres) mega site currently under development in the Town of Alabama. The STAMP site is New York’s second mega site for high-tech/clean-tech nano-enabled manufacturing. The site is best suited for large scale advanced manufacturing and is located in the New York Power Authority’s (NYPA) low cost hydropower zone.
The STAMP project has finalized Phase II, including alternate site consideration, assembly of the land, and completion of the Generic Environmental Impact Statement (GEIS). The Genesee County Economic Development Center (GCEDC) in conjunction with CH2MHill, a global engineering firm, has engaged in major planning and marketing campaigns to attract the first tenant to the park. The New York State Senate and National Grid have provided strategic grant funding for the WNY STAMP project over the last
The STAMP site has great potential to transform Western New York into a high-tech/clean-tech hub of manufacturing similar to Luther Forest in Saratoga. After five years with $1.5 billion in private investment, over 2,000 jobs will be created onsite and about 5,500 regional supply chain jobs will be leveraged. Full build-out of the STAMP site is expected to be 15 to 20 years out, but will bring in $10 billion in private capital investment and employ over 10,500 workers directly, 30,000 supply chain jobs and 2,839 construction jobs across both the Buffalo and Rochester metro areas.
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