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Brockport, New York

SOLD! Ultra-modern, 326,000 sq. ft. distribution center on 32 acres

Investment Details
85% leased
±$1,000,000 invested in 2014 into building improvements
Value-add opportunity available with vacant plug & play call center
 
Square Footage
Total: 328,000 sq. ft. 
1st Floor Office: ±25,000 sq. ft. 
2nd Floor Office: ±23,000 sq. ft. 
Warehouse:  ±280,000 sq. ft.
(inclusive of a ±10,000 sq. ft., two-story office section)
 
Construction
Insulated metal panel walls, 6" concrete floors; ceiling heights to 26' clear; steel columns spaced 40' x 40'; originally built in 1988 with an expansion in 1999
 
Utilities
Gas supplied by Rochester Gas & Electric; water and sewer services supplied by Monroe County; electric supplied by National Grid
 
Lighting

High-efficiency T-5 fluorescent lighting with motion sensors

 
Office Space
48,000 sq. ft. of modern, air-conditioned, elevator-served office space; previously used as a regional headquarters and full-service call center
 
Sprinkler 
100% wet system; ESFR system protects the entire warehouse
 
Truck Loading
Twenty-four 8' x 9' dock-high doors with levelers; two 12' x 12' and two 9' x 9' drive-in doors
 
Parking
Approximately 452 parking spaces with room for expansion 
 
Additional Features 
•  One passenger elevator
•  Silent Knight security system
•  Versatile floor plans
•  Signage potential
•  Two back-up generators on-site
 
Miscellaneous
Previously used as a regional headquarters location and full-service call center, switch accommodates up to seven T1 lines and provides for 500+ phone lines at full capacity
 
Quality of Life within the Greater Rochester Area
“Forbes selected Rochester the 3rd best place in U.S. to raise a family and as the 4th most affordable city”
 
The Greater Rochester Area offers an exceptional quality of life from access to cultural amenities, recreational activities, cost of living, excellent schools, and weather, to an environment in which to raise a healthy and educated family. It has the arts, culture, sports and nightlife of a big city, but the ease and comfort of a small town. With more than 50 miles of shoreline, it offers an abundance of recreational activities such as boating, fishing and camping. It also has an extensive local parks system, and boasts over 20 golf courses.
 
Companies conducting business in Monroe County are privy to a wealth of incentives, including Sales Tax Exemption, Credit for Real Property Taxes, Tax Reduction Credit, New Business Refund, Utility Rate Savings and Investment Tax and Employment Incentive Credits. Companies already operating there include Kodak, Bausch & Lomb and Xerox.
 
Residents enjoy access to numerous learning institutions including the University of Rochester, State University of New York Brockport, Nazareth College, Rochester Institute of Technology and Roberts Wesleyan College.
 
Transportation 
Kiplinger named Rochester the “Best City in the U.S. for Commuters.” 
 
Brockport, located in the Greater Rochester Area, has an extensive transportation system designed to effectively support business needs. With an average commute time of only 20.3 minutes, and limited congestion on the highways, the Grater Rochester Area is accessible and easy to navigate.
 
Also accessible by rail, the region has more than 60 weekly Amtrak passenger rail departures from downtown. For commercial needs, Rochester has three Class 1 carriers: CSX, Norfolk Southern and Canadian Pacific. The routes handle up to 60 trains per day.
 
Rochester International Airport averages 220 flights every day to 19 cities. Flights to cities such as Boston, New York and Washington, DC are less than one and a half hours by air.
 


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Contact Jim Panczykowski for more information.