Community Assets

In addition to its campus assets, the natural beauty, location, skilled workforce, bustling port and family-friendly nature of the Oswego community and Central New York can offer an attractive environment for businesses looking to enhance the local economy.

Syracuse Tech Garden

Syracuse Technology Garden: 9,500 square feet of office/technology space in downtown Syracuse.  This is tenant-ready space in a technology business incubator that was designated a New York State Innovation Hot Spot. The Tech Garden offers  flexible space options with access to shared conference rooms, secretarial services, WiFi, tech theater and equipment.

Rudolph Road

Proposed Parcel: Southwest corner lot, intersection Rudolph Road (County Route 89) and Iroquois Trail
Area: 
College campus/educational
Current Use:
 
Student recreation/overflow parking 
Construction Status: 
Ready
Lot Size: 
3.3 acres (+/-) 

Romney Lot

Proposed Parcel: Southeast corner lot at the Intersection of State Route 104 and Barnes Drive
Area: Commercial Corridor 
Current Use: Commuter Parking 
Construction Status: Ready

Start-Up NY

All SUNY campuses are designated as "tax-free communities" providing abatement (not credit) of New York state sales, property and business taxes, in addition to no income tax for employees for a period of 10 years. Read about our first agreeement with Designer Hardwoord Flooring CNY.

Up to 200,000 square feet within one mile of our main campus, Metro Center in downtown Syracuse or Syracuse Tech Garden may qualify.

New businesses:

Why SUNY Oswego?

In the mid-19th cenutry when Edward Austin Sheldon founded our institution, Oswego represented the crossroads of commerce. A bustling port and humming transportation system accommodated a steady flow of the goods and people making the United States grow into its role as an emerging world power.