About Erie Station Business Park
Erie Station Business Park is convenient.
Almost everything in Rochester is convenient, but Erie Station Business Park is uniquely well-positioned. Located eight miles south of downtown Rochester in the Town of Henrietta, it is minutes away from I-390 and Thruway Exit 46, and offers over 4,000 feet of visibility from the Thruway. If you live nearby in Brighton, Pittsford, Mendon, or Scottsville, you are particularly fortunate to have your offices at Erie Station Business Park because your 15-minute commute is virtually traffic-free, even at rush hour.
You'll be in good company at Erie Station Business Park.
We are pleased to be home to companies like ADT Security Services, CooperVision, and FedEx Ground. Why did national companies like these, which look for sites in all different regions of the country, choose Erie Station Business Park? Primary reasons include our proximity to the Thruway and I-390, our flexibility in offering companies the choice to own or lease, our state-of-the-art telecommunications service, and the amenities we offer to businesses and their employees.
Erie Station Business Park offers you flexibility in deciding whether to lease or own.
You can purchase land in the Park and develop it yourself, or you can purchase both land and building from us in a turnkey package where we assume all responsibility for approvals and construction. If you prefer to lease space for your business, we can build a new facility to suit your specific requirements and lease it to you on terms that match your needs, including a purchase option. We are happy to accommodate the approach that works best for your business.
Everyone enjoys the amenities.
Employees and visitors alike are able to enjoy the walking trails, ponds, and landscaping that characterize Erie Station Business Park. Nearby developments include Erie Station Village, a new upscale residential community adjacent to the Business Park, and Erie Station West Henrietta, a new retail center on West Henrietta Road across from the entrance to Thruway Park Drive. The day care center, restaurants, and other services offered in the new retail center will add another convenience for employees working in Erie Station Business Park.
If you are looking for a convenient, flexible, and welcoming place for your business, consider Erie Station Business Park.
Newsletter: "Konar Properties Connection"
- Download the Fall 2018 issue of Erie Station Business Park's newsletter (PDF)
- Download the Fall 2017 issue of Erie Station Business Park's newsletter (PDF)
- Download the Fall 2016 issue of Erie Station Business Park's newsletter (PDF)
- Download the Fall 2015 issue of Erie Station Business Park's newsletter (PDF)
Frequently Asked Questions
How many acres are available for development?
The Park contains a total of 185 acres. Approximately 75 acres have been sold or developed, and 20 acres are designated as federal wetlands, leaving 90 acres available for development.
How are the parcels configured?
Most parcels are rectangular in shape.
Describe the topography.
Lots in the former agricultural areas are relatively flat. Many of the western lots are slightly contoured and wooded, and suitable for development of larger facilities and corporate campuses.
What transportation access is available?
The Park is three minutes from New York State Thruway Exit 46 and the Lehigh Station Road Exchange on Interstate 390.
How close is the site to the airport and to downtown Rochester?
The Park is six miles from the airport and eight miles from downtown Rochester.
What rail services are available?
Livonia, Avon & Lakeville Railroad (see www.lalrr.com for additional information) service Erie Station Business Park.
Who provides utility services?
Regional utilities include Rochester Gas & Electric, Frontier Communications, and the Monroe County Water Authority. All utilities are available at curb, including redundant fiber optic. Download this PDF for additional information.
What are the current property taxes?
The current tax rate is $28.35 per thousand dollars of assessed value.
Describe the surrounding land use.
The Park itself is a diverse, mixed-use development which contains call centers, industrial facilities, and office buildings. Across West Henrietta Road from the Park, Delphi Corporation operates a 400,000 square foot Engineering Center. Rochester Institute of Technology is two miles away, and the University of Rochester campus is four miles from the Park.
What amenities are available in the Park?
Every effort has been made to preserve the natural appearance of the Park, including ponds and shade trees. Employees and visitors alike are able to enjoy the walking trails, ponds, and landscaping that characterize Erie Station Business Park. Nearby developments include Erie Station Village, a new upscale residential community adjacent to the Business Park, and Erie Station West Henrietta, a new retail center under construction on West Henrietta Road across from the entrance to Thruway Park Drive. The day care center, restaurants, and other services offered in the new retail center will add another convenience for employees working in the Business Park. For additional information concerning the residential community and retail center, please see www.eriestationvillage.com and www.eriestationretail.com.
Has the Park completed all necessary environmental reviews?
Yes. The Park has completed the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) process. Individual site plans are reviewed by the Town of Henrietta Planning Board and Conservation Board for compliance with traffic, parking, drainage, and setback requirements.
Have all wetland and floodplains been mapped?
Yes. All wetland delineations have been accepted by FEMA. All wetlands are under jurisdiction of the Army Corps of Engineers. There are no DEC regulated wetlands in the Park.
Does the Park have an updated traffic study?
Yes. The traffic study has been accepted by the Town of Henrietta and the NYS Department of Transportation.
Are there any design or development standards in place?
Yes. The Park has adopted a set of Design and Development Standards governing the design of sites and buildings in the Park. The Standards are enforced by the Owners' Association. Site and building plans are reviewed by the Association board prior to submission to the Town.
How long does the submission and approval process take?
On average, applicants should plan on between three and five months from submission of site plans to the date of final approval. The Town of Henrietta may allow certain activities, such as clearing, grading, and filling, to proceed during this five month period.
Konar Properties supports the regional economic development efforts of Monroe County and Greater Rochester Enterprise. In addition to the information available below, we would be pleased to connect you with other economic development resources offered by our community.
County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency (COMIDA)
COMIDA offers assistance for industrial and commercial projects through the issuance of industrial revenue bonds, and through a variety of Jobs Plus programs. Visit the COMIDA website at: www.GrowMonroe.org.
Greater Rochester Enterprise (GRE)
GRE is a regional economic development organization supported by a team of private and public sector leaders dedicated to improving economic performance in the Greater Rochester region. Visit the GRE website at: www.GreaterRochesterEnterprise.com.
Empire State Development
Empire State Development is a resource for those doing business with and in New York State. It not only enables businesses and citizens to interact with New York State, but also provides access and links to business-related information. Visit the Empire State Development website at: www.empire.state.ny.us.