Site Conditions

Structures

Demolition work has been completed on the eastern portion of the Exit 29 site. The remaining 60,000 sq. ft. of building are prepared for redevelopment. The remainder of the area is a concrete slab bases that are prepared for redevelopment. Structures west of the Canajoharie Creek, where food production and corporate offices were located, vary in age, size and height, and have not been maintained since the operations terminated in 2010. In 2020, Montgomery County contracted with Apollo Dismantling Services, which completed the asbestos abatement and removal work for Building 17 (the former main building) and other structures on the western side of the site. This work was completed in October 2020.

Montgomery County has also reached an agreement with the State Historic and Preservation Office (SHPO) regarding the remaining structures on the western side of the side. Based upon this agreement, the County will preserve a limited number of necessary structures and incorporate historic features into the surrounding landscape.

Environment

Phase I and Phase II environmental assessments have been completed.

Project Resources

Project Overview

Learn more about the Exit 29 Redevelopment project, view the site plan and more.

Use Considerations

The Exit 29 site offers exciting developer opportunities along with direct NYS Thruway access.

Project Timeline

The Exit 29 Redevelopment Project started several years ago. View the current project timeline.

Unlimited Potential

The former Beech-Nut site located at Exit 29 on the NYS Thruway in upstate New York offers unlimited potential for development across numerous industries from commercial and industrial uses to residential housing and entertainment venues. The Exit 29 Redevelopment Project is fully supported both by Montgomery County and village residents who are eager to welcome the right developer to their vibrant and enthusiastic community.

From breathtaking local scenery to a passionate community there is no better development opportunity in upstate New York.

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