Essex County Industrial Development Agency

Grow your business in the Park

Available Sites

      

Chesterfield Commerce Park

The Chesterfield Park is a 100 acre park featuring lots pre-permitted (Adirondack Park Agency and Town of Chesterfield) and Shovel-Ready for multi-use buildings up to 40,000 square feet.  This park is located only 3 miles from NYS I-87, 17 miles to rail access and Plattsburgh International Airport. This park is only 90 miles from Montreal, Canada. The Chesterfield Park has municipal water and sewer on site as well as high speed internet access, fiber optics and 3-phase power.   

 

 

 

Moriah Business Park

The original Moriah Business Park was a 32 acre park featuring pre-permitted (Adirondack Park Agency and Town of Moriah), Shovel-Ready sites.  The park is located 11 miles from NYS I-87, 4 miles to rail access and 10 miles from the Lake Champlain Bridge to Vermont. The park features municipal water and sewer on-site as well as high-speed internet access, fiber optics and 3-phase power.  At this time, the original Moriah Business Park is home to Pre-Tech Plastics, Moriah Health Center and Whistlepig Rye Whiskey.  In 2020, the Essex County IDA purchased 38.2 acres adjoining the original 32 acre park and is currently subdividing the property into developable lots available to purchase.     

 

Lot #1- 22,000 square foot manufacturing facility owned by Pre-Tech Plastics from Williston, VT.  Pre-Tech Plastics was founded in 1985, and since then, has grown to an ISO 9001:2008 and AS9001: 2009 certified company with manufacturing facilities in Williston, Vermont, and also at the Moriah Business Park.  Pre-Tech Plastics employs state-of-art, computerized precision machinery to produce custom-made, close-tolerance components used in biomedical, environmental, aerospace, and the semiconductor industries, as well as high-performance, industrial applications.

 

   

 

 

Lot #2 - 4,598 square foot office building home to the Moriah Health Center operated by Hudson Headwaters Health Network.  Built in 2008 the center provides pediatric, adult and family medicine practitioners who provide comprehensive primary health care services.

 

       

 

Lot #4 - 3,200 square foot office building leased to High Peaks Hospice.  The building was built as a pilot educational/construction partnership utilizing students from Mineville‚Äôs Champlain Valley Technical Education Center (CV-TEC) who assisted local contractors.  High Peaks Hospice provides dignity, comfort and hope to the terminally ill and their families.  They are a highly respected and valuable health care organization serving patients and families who are facing end-of-life in all of Essex and Warren counties, and parts of Franklin, Hamilton, St. Lawrence and Washington counties. 

              

  

 

Lots #3, #5 & #6 - are home to Whistlepig Rye Whiskey.  Whistelpig Rye Whiskey was founded in 2007 when Raj Bhakta purchased a 500-acre farm in Shoreham, VT with the idea of transforming the farm into the first ever single malt, one-stop rye shop, with all stages of the process located on site:  from growing the grass, to distillation, to barreling and aging, to bottling.  In 2017, Whistlepig Rye Whiskey began construction of a multi-phased project at the Moriah Business Park.  The company has constructed seven 14,000 square foot buildings which will largely house all of the whiskey produced in Shoreham, VT for aging.  In 2019 the company added automated bottling operations at the park.   

 

               

 

 

 

 

Featured Properties

There are many sites available in Essex County for immediate occupation. For detailed listing of available locations click here or contact us for more information.

 

               

Essex - The Old Dock House Schroon Lake - ADK Country Store Lake Placid - Moon Tree Design
     
Ticonderoga - Wagon Wheel Restaurant Bloomingdale - Teddy's Ice Cream Willsboro - Turtle Island Cafe

 

 

 

Meeting Notice

Essex County IDA Board of Directors Meeting - Thursday, May 20, 2021 at 9:00 AM located at 7566 Court Street, Elizabethtown, NY

Public Hearing Notice - May 12, 2021 at 10:00 AM