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If you are interested in locating a business operation in either southwestern New York or northwestern Pennsylvania, and wish to have your business operation served by freight rail shipping, STERA, WNYP, and various county and municipal economic development organizations and officials can show you developable industrial, warehousing, distribution, commercial, and logistics sites and buildings, plus also transloading facilities for sites and/or buildings not located adjacent to rail lines.  Sites and buildings in the six-county region in NYS and PA served by WNYP can offer the following advantages:  proximity to eastern seaboard metropolitan areas and ports; access to I-90 (i.e., the NYS Thruway), I-86, I-390, and other major highways; and access to Norfolk Southern, CSXT, Canadian National, Canadian Pacific, and other rail carriers.

If you wish to build a new facility for your operations, many buildable sites are pre-qualified and permitted.  For additional information and to arrange site and / or building tours, please contact Tom Barnes at 716-945-5550 ext 2209 or tbarnes@southerntierwest.org.  STERA will respond to your inquiry with discretion and professionalism.

STERA works closely with state and local economic development agencies to assemble packages of funding assistance and other incentives for new and expanding businesses that will be served by our railroad operator WNYP.

Following are examples of Sites and/or Buidlings:

Crawford County, PA
Keystone Regional Industrial Park
Erie County, PA
Former Ethan Allen Site (Union City)
6th Avenue Site (Union City)
Steuben County, NY
South Yard Industrial Park

Cattaraugus County, NY
Homer Street Industrial Park
Former Dal Tile Plant and Land
Allegany County, NY
Crossroads Business Park
Chautauqua County, NY
Mason Industrial Park Site 2 (Jamestown)
201 Winchester Road (Lakewood)