Western NY Science, Technology and Advanced Manufacturing Park (STAMP) is the development of New York State’s second shovel-ready mega site (1,250 acres) designed for nanotech-oriented manufacturing (semiconductor, flat panel display, solar/PV), advanced manufacturing, and large scale bio-manufacturing projects. The site is located in the New York Power Authority’s (NYPA) low cost hydropower zone and is serviced by redundant, highly reliable power. Located just 5 miles north of the New York State Thruway (I-90) exit 48a, the site is easily accessible to the region’s 2.1 million workforce population. Located less than 20 minutes from the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, an active customs site, STAMP is the ideal mega site.
What is the Western New York Science Technology & Advanced Manufacturing Park ?
New York State has co-invested more than $20 billion with the semiconductor industry and has positioned itself as the preeminent location for industry specific research, commercialization, and collaboration. Learn about New York’s latest investment in the Western NY Science, Technology, and Advanced Manufacturing Park (STAMP), a 1,250 acre shovel-ready site developed to support large scale SEMI and Nanotechnology based R & D and manufacturing.