FULTON COUNTY WITHIN NYSFrom state-of-the-art business and industrial parks, to classic industrial age buildings steeped in the romance of history, Fulton County has the right place for your cutting-edge business.

 

Tryon Technology Park

The 515-acre Tryon Technology Park was entrusted to the Fulton County Industrial Development Agency in 2012 with a mandate to oversee the redevelopment of the property to creTRyon BUILDING 3 IMAGE 5ate industrial and commercial jobs and promote new investment in the Mohawk Valley.

The Regional Business Training Center is a complex of interconnected buildings containing a variety of functional spaces to meet the needs of businesses. With large garage bays with overhead doors, offices and various-sized classrooms that could serve as educational spaces, this complex is versatile and flexible.

Fully serviced with hot water heat, central air-conditioning and ventilation, the Regional Business Training Center’s climate-controlled conditions make it usable year round. Beautiful terrazzo floors connect all spaces in the building. The Regional Business and Training Center also features an Olympic-size swimming pool, full-size gymnasium and a 255-seat auditorium that can be made available to businesses.

Industrial and Business Parks

Fulton County, New York has the resources already in place for quick implementation of a manufacturing, office warehousing facility in Upstate New York. Our three industrial parks are JIP_smallstrategically located to take advantage of transportation assets such as the New York State Thruway, the railway system, the Port of Albany, Port of Coeymans, local airports and Albany International Airport. Johnstown Industrial Park and Crossroads Industrial Park are zoned for business and industry. Most of the lots are shovel-ready with water, sewer and power in place.  Because of abundant water, agricultural resources and clean, attractive surroundings, the parks have attracted companies from the top of their industries in the fields of food manufacture and processing, distribution and warehousing, advanced manufacturing and healthcare.

The Crossroads Business Park is a canvas pre-primed and tooled to become a vibrant technology park with telecommunications, telemarketing, healthcare innovation, technology and financial services companies. The beautiful parcel at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains balances a peaceful stream and wooded hillside views with state-of-the-art fiber and  municipal infrastructure. It’s a few miles from the major thoroughfares of New York State and just north of Crossroads Industrial Park. Anchored by medical device manufacturer Epimed, the campus has 20 available building sites ranging from 2 to 8 acres, many of them contiguous.

The Golden Age of Industry, Vibrant and Ready for a New Chapter

Fulton County and its towns and cities have a rich history, dating back as far as America itself. The county boasts the oldest operating courthouse in New York and produced people who changed the 309 Montgomery Streetworld, such as women’s rights pioneer Elizabeth Cady Stanton. After the Revolutionary War, the manufacture of leather and gloves became the primary industry of Fulton County, involving 80 percent of its workers.  At one point, Johnstown and Gloversville were known as the Glove and Leather capital of the world.  Today, only a few glovers, tanners and leather dressers have been able to adapt to the changing marketplace and keep these traditions alive. But the architectural legacy of that boom era remains along the streets of the cities and towns of Fulton County, resources ripe for repurposing.

“To hell with circumstances; I create opportunities.”
Bruce Lee