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TechCity could be hub for future economic growth, say business leaders KINGSTON, N.Y. (June 17, 2013) – The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) has issued “No Action” and “No Further Action” declarations for TechCity in Kingston that clear the way for new ways to develop the site in the future. “This is […]

TechCity Properties, the Hudson Valley’s premier commercial real estate redevelopment site, together with Time Warner Cable Business Class, recently announced the companies have completed a project that brings an advanced communications fiber network to the 258-acre, 2.2 million square-foot TechCity complex. “Fiber connectivity is a critical element in attracting data-dependent operations and data centers to […]

KingstonNOW, a locally produced TV news program, recently featured TechCity and all that is happening at the Hudson Valley’s leading commercial real estate site.  Sales and Marketing Director Paul Rakov gave his thoughts on why TechCity has been successful attracting solar panel manufacturing, solar thermal technology, leading-edge technology manufacturing, sustainable food production and other innovative […]

The Ulster Town Board on Thursday approved a new  zoning designation for TechCity, allowing the former IBM-Kingston complex to expedite changes on its 138.4-acre east campus. The board, by a unanimous vote, granted the request for a Redevelopment Overlay District to replace an Office Manufacturing District zone for the property. Town Supervisor James Quigley said […]

Companies that operate at TechCity benefit greatly from the heritage the Hudson Valley has for engineering and other technology-based businesses. Aiding that effort has been the fact that SUNY New Paltz, SUNY Albany and RPI graduate so many students eager to put their knowledge to work. And now this (see video below)! Cornell University has […]

Ulster County, home to TechCity, saw its employment numbers rise last month based on the latest unemployment rate published by the New York State Department of Labor. The jobless rate fell in all Mid-Hudson Valley counties, indicating that the economy is strong and companies are finding the employees they need to grow. In Ulster County, […]