Turning Stone | Opportunities
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Turning Stone Properties has a number of sizeable properties available for commercial development located directly adjacent to Exits 33 and 34 off the New York State Thruway (I-90).

This clear visibility from the interstate makes Turning Stone Properties a clear choice for destination retailers, mixed-use developers and entertainment developers. Be sure to check out some of our shovel ready properties today!

Highway Adjacent Statistics

• Directly adjacent to Exit 33 and Exit 34 of NYS Thruway (I-90)
• 33,000+ VPD pass Exit 33 of 1-90
• 38,000+ VPD pass Exit 34 of I-90
• 20,000 VPD along Rt. 365



Turning Stone attracts 4.5 million annual visitors making this area of Central New York ripe for additional retail development. From destination retailers to big box and mass merchant stores, you’ll find prime shovel-ready sites in high-traffic areas.

With an area retail and restaurant leakage of more than $256 Million outside of our 25-mile trade area, be ready to welcome an already eager to spend local client base.


Mixed-Use Development

Mixed-use residential, office and commercial retail development are the next logical step. Let Turning Stone Properties entice you today with our affordable land leases, speed in permitting and tax incremental financing opportunities.

With more than 4.5 million unique visitors each year the area around Turning Stone and Central NY is abuzz with tourism and activity.


Entertainment & Theme Parks

Turning Stone’s vast assortment of gaming and resort amenities offer something for nearly everyone. Positive feasibility studies confirmed a number of development opportunities in this category for the properties surrounding Turning Stone. Contact us to learn more.

“There are more than 2.0 million households and 5.1 million individuals within Turning Stone’s 2.5-hour trade area.”

(Source: Oxford Economics & ESRI, 2013.)