Welcome to the Crossroads of the Northeast
Orange County, New York

Overview

Robust infrastructure is fundamental for successful development and, simply put, Orange County has it all.

Airports

In Orange County, your business will have an International Airport (SWF) and multiple regional airports, right in your backyard.

Highway System

Orange boasts 3 interstate highways and numerous recently upgraded interchanges to easily accommodate your ground transport needs.

Railroad

Rail demand is on the rise, and we have a [broad] network right here.

Highway System

Located just 60 miles north of New York City, Orange County New York is the “Crossroads of the Northeast” because of the three major state highways and interstates that traverse the county. Business development specialists agree that this highway system is a major factor in the decision to locate a business in the County.

New York State Highways

NY-17 (future I-86) is an east-west state highway that dissects the county from its Rockland County to Sullivan County borders.

Interstates

Interstate 84 extends from the Scranton area of Pennsylvania, through Orange County, to the Massachusetts Turnpike which crosses the state.

Interstate I-87, the New York State Thruway, is the longest intrastate/interstate highway in the Interstate Highway System. To the south, it originates in the Bronx, NY and ends in the north at the Canadian border.

Both I-84 and I-87 are accessible to Stewart International Airport and serve the 26 corporate parks developing business in Orange County.

3 Major Highways:

 

Does your site require close proximity to an interstate? Call us today!