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The Arsenal Business & Technology campus is located in the center of New York’s Tech Valley. Nearly 300,000 square feet has been developed in the past several years featuring high tech manufacturing, R&D and laboratory facilities, biotechnology, energy, advanced materials, and corporate office. There are several clean rooms on site built and operated by leading global nanotechnology companies.
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Arsenal Business & Technology Partnership
The Arsenal Business & Technology Partnership was created in 1999 by government, business and educational leaders to assure the long-term sustainability of the Watervliet Arsenal in the regional economy. The Partnership has successfully developed close to 300,000 square feet of previously underutilized space on the 143 acre site. A not-for-profit entity, the Partnership has been named by the U.S. Army as the site’s exclusive economic developer.
Our Current Tenants
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City of Watervliet
Cleveland Polymer Technologies
Onsite Training Solutions, LLC
Solid Sealing Technology
Strategic Response Initiatives
Veteran Solar Systems, Inc.
Web Services US, LLC
For nearly 200 years, the Watervliet Arsenal has been the U.S. Army’s only manufacturer of large caliber cannon. Today, the 143-acre site is a $1 billion dollar manufacturing complex made up of 72 buildings and 2.2 million square feet of space. With a workforce of 600 civilians, the Arsenal itself has annual sales of $130 million for large bore cannon, armor plating and a wide variety of other military products.
The Site Offers:
- 140 acre campus in a park-like setting
- Ample square footage for a variety of development options
- Secure, fenced, patrolled and gated perimeter
- Police and fire protection, including HAZMAT services
- Various crane service and high bay availability
- Electric, gas, process steam, water service
- Military museum, historic buildings and original Erie Canal walls
New York’s Tech Valley is a 19-county region of eastern New York State that spans from south of Montreal to just north of New York City. People from across the country and around the world are relocating to take advantage of our stable economy, educational opportunities and incredible quality of life.
- City of Albany
- Center for Economic Growth
- The College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering of the University at Albany
- Center For Integrated Electronics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
- Hudson Valley Community College
- Luther Forest Technology Campus
Core Technology Sectors
For nearly 200 years, the 143-acre Watervliet Arsenal has served as a U.S. Army manufacturing facility. On site, there is a total of 72 buildings and over 2.2 million square feet of space. The Arsenal’s reputation as “America’s Cannon Factory” is a testament to the vital role the facility has played in America’s defense since 1813. The Arsenal is also home to Benet Laboratories, the Army’s principal research and engineering facility for assigned weapon systems. Benet has a staff of 300 scientists, engineers and support personnel.
Today, the Arsenal Business & Technology Partnership, has positioned the Arsenal as a critical hub in New York’s Tech Valley. The growth of the Capital Region’s nanotechnology sector is being fueled through strategic partnerships with New York State government, The College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering (CNSE) at the University at Albany, and with business groups like the Center for Economic Growth (CEG).
The future is bright at the Watervliet Arsenal. As the Tech Valley initiative has prospered, the Partnership has successfully attracted new tenants to the site and helped them to integrate into the regional economy.
Our 6th Annual Arsenal Partnership Tom Hartnett Memorial Golf Outing will be held at the Normanside Country Club on September 25, 2017. Tournament proceeds will benefit The Michael R. McNulty Center for Veteran Entrepreneurial Activity supporting the creation and growth of veteran start-up companies. Additionally, proceeds will benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and the Watervliet Public Library.
The Arsenal Business & Technology Partnership’s Veterans Business Outreach Center is here to help veterans and their loved ones develop and grow their own small businesses. Advisors can help guide veterans through the obstacles that can stand between them and their success. The VBOC provides targeted business training, counseling and mentoring to help veterans develop as business owners. Our extensive network of partners are available to assist with business needs. To learn more, visit: www.vetbizny.com or www.vetbiznj.com.
Building 125 is available at the Arsenal. Please call today to schedule a site visit.
Building 125 is a 116,000-square-foot industrial space originally designed for precision line manufacturing. Today, it stands ready for a wide range of high technology-based companies.