48.6 acres ‘Shovel-Ready’
Ideal Opportunity in the Heart of Orange County
The Town of Warwick has just granted final approval for the availability of
10 vacant “shovel-ready” pad sites at the Warwick Valley Office & Technology Corporate Park for private corporate development.

The parcels are of varying sizes that would allow anywhere from 45,000 square feet to 125,000 square feet of developable space. Officials with the Warwick Valley LDC say that a user could acquire multiple sites. If a user decided it wanted all 10 parcels, the combined parcels could accommodate approximately 800,000 square feet of development. Michael Sweeton, Vice President of the Warwick Valley LDC, said that the final municipal approvals on the 10 pad sites ensure that any prospective tenant can get right to work with no delay.

“If a company comes in to the town and says, ‘I want Lot #6, and I want to build a 25,000-square-foot building there’, as long as it is a permitted use, the firm can come into the town’s building department and get a permit and bring the machines over and start building,” he said. By securing site plan and environmental approvals the team has saved an applicant considerable expense on approval requirements. Sweeton added that permits will take a week or two to secure instead of months, or perhaps years, under normal circumstances elsewhere.

The new zoning would allow for a broad range of uses, including: light manufacturing, offices, research and development, data technologies, agricultural processing, renewable energy technologies and corporate headquarters, to name just a few.

The 10 pad sites are being marketed in cooperation with the Orange County Partnership, the county’s chief economic development agency. Interested parties should contact the Orange County Partnership at (845) 294-2086 for more information.