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Featured Property of the Week 3.22.17

March 22, 2017

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20 Milltown Road

Brewster, NY 10509

 

Office space is available for sale in Brewster NY with 28,146 SF. The property is ideal for the user interested in a long term investment with rental income from existing tenants. The property is located on the signalized corner of Route 22 and Milltown Road with onsite parking. Approximately one mile north of the I84/I684 Interchange with 24,000+ vehicles passing in front each day.

 

Zoning: C

 

For more information please contact:

 

Covington Commercial Realty

Specializing in Putnam, Westchester, Fairfield CT

Brewster, NY · 845-279-2321

 

Mention you found the property through Putnam EDC


Featured Property of the Week 3.16.17

March 16, 2017

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501-507 Route 52

Carmel, NY 10512

 

Former Lake Carmel Hardware Store now available for sale to bring your own business to life. Total of 3 buildings on property, Building 1 size = 3,045 SF, Building 2 size = 960 SF, Building 3 size = 848 SF. With endless amounts of potential to be brought to the 52 corridor with your vision! Amenities include a detached garage and driveway with lot parking and off street parking. With strategic location on Route 52 in Lake Carmel just off of I-84 and Route 311 towards Route 52 / Lake Carmel – .9 miles on the right on Route 52 from Route 311.

 

Zoning: C

 

For more information please contact:

 

Jennifer Maher

Putnam, Westchester and Western Connecticut

Mahopac, NY · 914-330-7222

Broker/ Operating Partner J.Phlip Commercial Group

 

Mention you found the property through Putnam EDC

 

 


NOTICE: March Board Meeting Address and Date Change

March 16, 2017

NOTICE: Please note the address, date and time of the original Putnam County EDC Board Meeting has changed from Monday, March 13 2017, 8 AM at Putnam County Office Building located on 40 Gleneida Avenue, Carmel NY 10512  to Monday, March 20 2017, 4 PM at PCSB headquearters located on 331 Downing Drive, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598. Please find agenda attached.

March Agenda

Featured Property of the Week 3.8.17

March 8, 2017
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373 Route 6
Mahopac NY 10541
Full Service Top of the Line Car wash with Hanna Equipment is available for sale in Mahopac NY. The building was built in 2012 with 6,000SF available located on Route 6, a major East West artery in Putnam County. There is a total of 27, 0000 car count per day according to the department of transportation statistics.
Zoning: C
For more information please contact:
Gerald J Weil
Keller Williams Realty Partners
Yorktown Heights, NY
914-671-9029
Mention you found the property through Putnam EDC

Featured Property of the Week 3.1.17

March 1, 2017

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3635 Danbury Road

Brewster, NY 10509

 

Storage/Distribution Warehouse available in Brewster with 75 parking spaces. Also available to accommodate 15 tractor trailers. Loading bays and high ceilings of 16′ are an asset. The property also features two bathrooms, three offices, ground floor and two upstairs floors. Amenities include cranes, rail and sprinklers. Current tenant has two years left on lease, expiring July 31, 2018. This industrial warehouse is conveniently located near I-84.

 

Zoning: C

 

For more information please contact:

 

Steven Salomone

Houlihan Lawrence Commercial Group

Office: 845-231-1727

Cell: 914.329.0185

 

Mention you found the property through Putnam EDC


Featured Property of the Week 2.22.17

February 22, 2017

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3393 Route 9

Cold Spring, NY 10516

 

3 Plus acres of undeveloped land for Sale on Route 9. Proximity to highway and commercially zoned for a 40,000 sqft building. The current use of the land available is industrial. Conveniently located on Route 9, Cold Spring NY.

 

Acres: 3

Zoning: Industrial

 

For more information please contact:

 

Jennifer Maher

Putnam, Westchester and Western Connecticut

Mahopac, NY · 914-330-7222

Broker/ Operating Partner J.Phlip Commercial Group

 

Mention you found the property through Putnam EDC


Featured Property of the Week 2.15.17

February 15, 2017

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1689 Route 22

Brewster, NY 10509

 

1689 Route 22 is a single story, 28,903 SF flex building in Brewster, NY. It is currently 83% leased but there is flexibility through short term leases for a potential buyer to occupy more space. Sitting on 21 acres the site offers abundant parking, excellent visibility, and ample loading docks. The property is highly visible as it is situated at traffic light intersection located right off Route 22 which averages more than 20,000 cars per day in daily traffic volume.

 

Zoning: C

 

For more information please contact:

 

Kevin Langtry

Commercial Real Estate Leasing & Sales

Stamford, CT ·

203-352-8965

 

Mention you found the property through Putnam EDC


Featured Property of the Week 2.8.17

February 8, 2017

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70 Jon Barrett Road

Patterson, NY 12563

9,600 SF available for lease

 

9,600 sq. ft., Office /Warehouse, sub-dividable Twenty two foot ceiling height, two loading docks, one leveler, ample on-site parking and loading area Separate main entrance, twenty cubicles, nine offices, two conference rooms, breakroom/kitchen .

Zoning: C

Kevin Callahan, CCIM Associate Real Estate Broker

Covington Commercial Realty

322 Clock Tower Commons Brewster, NY 10509

Office 845-279-2321 ext 304


Join the Putnam County EDC’s 1st Business Networking Kick-Off

February 7, 2017

Join the Putnam County EDC’s 1st Business Networking Kick-Off
At Putnam Valley’s Newest Restaurant in collaboration with the Putnam Valley Business Network!

Putnam Valley, the “Jewel of the County”
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
1 Oscawana Lake Road, Putnam Valley
Free Snacks & Cash Bar
6:00 – 8:00 pm

Parking available adjacent and across the street – carpool!
All are welcomed!

RSVP: President@PVBusinessNetwork.org

WALK INS WELCOME!


Central Hudson, Your Partner in Business

February 1, 2017

Central Hudson, Your Partner in Business

 

Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation is strongly involved in promoting the Hudson Valley through economic development programs, maintains and operates the region’s electric and natural gas systems, offers energy-saving efficiency incentives and supports local community service organizations.

 

Central Hudson is a regulated transmission and distribution utility company serving approximately 300,000 electric and 79,000 natural gas customers in a 2,600 square mile service area covering portions of eight counties of New York State’s Mid-Hudson Valley region. Within Putnam County, Central Hudson provides electric service to approximately 5,100 homes and businesses in Philpstown, Cold Spring, Nelsonville, and Garrison, and natural gas service to approximately 1,300 customers in Carmel and Mahopac. In addition to electricity and natural gas services, Central Hudson offers a wide scope of energy efficiency incentives and services for homes and businesses, including rebates for high efficiency heating and cooling systems and turnkey lighting upgrades for offices, businesses, school districts and municipalities.

 

Central Hudson is also a New York state and national leader in promoting solar energy, ranking in the top 5 percent nationally in customer-sited solar installations on a per capita basis within the energy company’s service territory, and is among the highest in New York State. More than 6,300 Central Hudson customers had installed solar energy systems, representing 59 megawatts of capacity with the potential to offset more than 25,000 tons of greenhouse gas emissions per year.

 

Investment in the energy delivery systems

Central Hudson is investing more than $900 million in the electric and natural gas delivery systems from 2016 through 2021, to improve service reliability, address aging infrastructure, and help modernize the local grid by improving system efficiency and enabling greater use of distributed resources, such as solar and wind energy.

 

Economic development programs

To support the local economy, Central Hudson participates with economic development organizations and was instrumental in forming the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation in 2002 and Pattern for Progress in 1965. Central Hudson is a member of the Putnam County Economic Development Corporation and an employee currently serves on the board.

 

Central Hudson provides grants and incentives to promote the economy of the region, contributing $12 million to support local projects, partnering with more than 30 organizations. Grants of up to $200,000 are available for job creation, job retention, use of shovel-ready sites, building revitalization and wired innovation centers.

 

Energy Efficiency programs

Central Hudson’s energy efficiency services provide customers with value-added options including rebates, incentives and turn-key programs. In addition, these programs and services provide other private companies and local contractors with business opportunities, such as sales and installation of high-efficiency heating and cooling equipment and high efficiency lighting. Many of our commercial customers in the county have already taken advantage of our programs and are now saving energy and money including Old Souls in Cold Spring, St. Paul’s Friary in Garrison, and the Philipstown Volunteer Ambulance Corps.

 

These programs include incentives and rebates for high efficiency air conditioners and heat pumps, heat pump water heaters, programmable thermostats and upgraded lighting Residential and business customers served by Central Hudson are together saving tens of millions of dollars in energy costs annually since these incentives began in 2009, and are offsetting million pounds of carbon dioxide emissions each year.

 

Residents and businesses are converting their fuel-oil heating systems to clean-burning natural gas, and Central Hudson is actively working with customers to facilitate these conversions by selectively extending gas mains into neighborhoods and providing turn-key services. The average residential home can save $2,000 in annual energy bills, and commercial customers substantially more, and natural gas reduces emissions as compared to fuel oil by more than 30 percent.

 

To learn more visit www.CentralHudson.com

 

 

Contact: Alana Mikhalevsky                                              

Project Manager- Business Development

Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation

amikhalevsky@cenhud.com

845-486-5579