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Rochester Institute of Technology
Richard Notargiacomo
Vice President for Research and Associate Provost
1 Lomb Memorial Dr
Rochester New York 14623
START-UP NY School
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Optics and Imaging
  • Cleantech and Renewable Energy
  • Finger Lakes
(585) 475-2055
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) has designated 61,911 square feet of space in two buildings on campus that includes space at the Venture Creations Incubator and 11,000 square feet at the Metropolitan Building. RIT will seek to establish partnerships through the START-UP NY program with high-tech, high-growth potential and job-generating companies that align with RIT’s academic, research and economic development priorities, including high-tech, sustainability and green technology, sustainable manufacturing, game design and development, film and animation, software development, information technology, cybersecurity, aerospace and imaging.
Stony Brook University
Rabia Iqbal
100 Nicolls Road
Stony Brook New York 11790
START-UP NY School
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Other
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Long Island
(631) 216-7122
Stony Brook University has designated 172,500 square feet of building space and 240 acres on campus, including space at the Stony Brook University R&D Park in Brookhaven and Smithtown, the Stony Brook Calverton Incubator Campus, the Southampton Campus and the Stony Brook Medicine Campus. The school is targeting companies in biotechnology, wireless and information technology, advanced materials, smart grid information technologies, electronics, engineering and remanufacturing technologies, film post-production and process technologies, as well as food processing, testing and analysis.
SUNY Adirondack Community College
Kris Duffy
President
640 Bay Rd
Queensbury New York 12804
START-UP NY School
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Capital
(518) 743-2237
SUNY Adirondack Community College designated 45.68 acres of vacant campus land in the Town of Queensbury (Warren County) and 2,211 square feet of vacant space off campus in downtown Saratoga Springs. The college will target a variety of manufacturers (including those of medical devices), businesses in sustainable agriculture, beverages, electrical engineering, environmental research and development, software development, information technology and new-media solutions, and biotech research and development.
SUNY Brockport
Jim Wall
Vice Preisdent for Administration and Finance
350 New Campus Dr
Brockport New York 14420
START-UP NY School
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Cleantech and Renewable Energy
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Finger Lakes
(585) 395-2129
SUNY Brockport has designated 22,934 square feet of vacant space and 86 acres of vacant land on campus property located in the City of Rochester and the school’s west campus in the Town of Sweden (Monroe County). The college has also designated 12,955 square feet of vacant space off campus in the Village of Brockport and 1.12 acres of vacant land off campus in the Town of Sweden. The college will target businesses in light manufacturing; mobile, wireless and personal area networks and related technology; digital media; energy innovation/green technology; public health and human services; biotech; environmental monitoring/watershed management/remediation; aquaculture, education and analytical chemistry.
SUNY Broome Community College
Janet Hertzog
Director of Continuing Education and Workforce Development
907 Upper Front St #1
Binghamton New York 13905
START-UP NY School
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Craft Beverage
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Agribusiness
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Southern Tier
(607) 778-5203
SUNY Broome Community College designated 24,474 square feet of vacant space – 814 square feet on campus and 23,660 square feet off campus. The college will target businesses in high-tech manufacturing, agricultural manufacturing and food processing, and businesses involved in the development and production of hardware and software, medical equipment, corrections equipment and supplies, hospitality equipment and supplies, brewing equipment and supplies, and agricultural equipment and supplies.
SUNY Canton
Lenore VanderZee
Executive Director for University Relations
34 Cornell Dr
Canton New York 13617
START-UP NY School
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • North Country
(315) 386-7109
SUNY Canton is proposing to designate 1,365 square feet of vacant space and 31.08 acres of vacant land on campus in Canton. The college will target research and development businesses focused on manufacturing of alternative/renewable energy systems, safety systems for vehicles, biomedical products, technologies for law enforcement, and sports safety/performance. In addition, SUNY Canton will target firms in construction management technologies, data storage and analytics, agricultural processing and software development.
SUNY Cobleskill
Jason Evans
Assistant Professor of Agriculture Business Management
106 Suffolk Circle
Cobleskill New York NY
START-UP NY School
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Craft Beverage
  • Cleantech and Renewable Energy
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Agribusiness
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Mohawk Valley
(304) 692-3950
SUNY Cobleskill has designated 196,350 square feet of vacant space at manufacturing/warehouse facilities off campus and 9,965 square feet of vacant space on campus as well as 84.77 acres on campus. The college will target businesses in value-added food processing and distribution, dairy product and beverage manufacturing, fruit & vegetable cultivation and processing, on-farm and agricultural energy research, development & manufacturing, scientific research facilities that serve pharmaceutical, food and other industries, production development research, website development and software programming for business applications.
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Joseph Rufo
Vice President for Administration
1 Forestry Dr
Syracuse New York 13210
START-UP NY School
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Cleantech and Renewable Energy
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Central NY
(315) 470-6622
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) has designated 50,700 square feet of off-campus vacant space in the Salina Industrial Powerpark. The college will target businesses engaged in the application of “green” technology in the research, development and manufacturing of sustainable products using renewable resources.
SUNY Columbia-Greene Community College
James Campion
President
4400 NY-23
Hudson New York 12534
START-UP NY School
  • Agribusiness
  • Capital
(518) 828-4181 x3325
SUNY Columbia-Greene Community College has designated 117,194 square feet of vacant space off campus. The space is in a building previously constructed for acquaculture that has since been vacated. Columbia-Greene Community College is seeking businesses in the agriculture/food production industry that will meet the experiential and educational needs of its current and future students and the surrounding communities’ strong support of agriculture and locally grown foods.
SUNY Cortland
Mark Prus
Vice President for Finance and Management
22 Graham Ave
Miller Building, Room 408
Cortland New York 13045
START-UP NY School
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Central NY
(607) 753-2211
SUNY Cortland has designated 8,750 square feet of vacant space on campus. The school will target businesses that potentially align with both SUNY Cortland and local strengths , such as high tech manufacturing (including medical products), internet publishing and broadcasting, information technologies, life sciences( biotechnology, medical and bio-pharmaceutical), light manufacturing and skilled assembly, agribusiness utilizing local products, environmental sciences (environmental systems, analytical laboratories and renewable energy), integrated electronics (electronics assembly, manufacturing and packing), geographic information technology services, and professional sports teams.

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