Doing Business Here
Why Schoharie County?
Just minutes from New York State’s Capital Region, Schoharie County sits a few hours from New York City or Boston and a day’s drive from several large metropolitan areas, including Philadelphia and Toronto. An overnight trip puts your product in 35 of the top retail markets in the country.
Schoharie County can accommodate any transportation, from roads to rails, deepwater port to air travel.
Interstate 88 serves as a direct route from the Capital Region to New York’s Southern Tier, extending into Ohio. The junction at Interstate 81 puts your vehicles on a major trucking route that heads south to the Mid-Atlantic or north to Canada.
|Albany, NY||40 miles|
|Binghamton, NY||90 miles|
|Syracuse, NY||113 miles|
|New York City||195 miles|
|Boston, MA||206 Miles|
|Quebec, Canada||256 miles|
|Buffalo, NY||256 miles|
|Philadelphia, PA||276 miles|
|Toronto, Canada||351 miles|
Canadian Pacific cargo trains run through the county on an hourly schedule and some private rail sites are still active. The Port of Albany and the Albany International Airport are less than an hour away.
The State University of New York at Albany and Schoharie County’s own SUNY Cobleskill complement a strong workforce with steady talent in a variety of industries, from agriculture to nanotechnology. Schoharie County, its historic towns and stunning natural features elevate the quality of life here.
Add to all this the number of resources and incentives that make moving business practical and profitable and the question becomes “Why NOT Schoharie County.”