Cree Wolfspeed

A $1.2 Billion investment by Cree | Wolfspeed & New York State will bring OVER 600 JOBS TO THE WORLD’S FIRST 200MM ENABLED SILICON CARBIDE MANUFACTURING FACILITY.

Cree Project

Marcy Nanocenter has a TIME TO MARKET ADVANTAGE. In less than 15 months even amid a global pandemic, Cree | Wolfspeed has hit their construction milestones.

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New York State has a FLOURISHING NANOTECHNOLOGY & ADVANCED COMPUTING ECOSYSTEM geographically centered in Marcy NY

mnc infrastructure

Marcy Nanocenter is a fully permitted, shovel-ready advanced manufacturing campus. Sitting at the epicenter of the entire Upstate New York power grid, approximately 400 MW OF ELECTRICAL POWER IS AVAILABLE.

Gregg Fab

“The Marcy site offered the company the ‘trifecta’ of advantages

-Gregg Lowe, Observer-Dispatch 2019

Lower Tier

Marcy Nanocenter is subdivided to serve multiple electronics/high-tech industry companies. Balance of site capable of supporting an ADDITIONAL 1 MILLION SF OF CLEANROOM SPACE AND ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FACILITIES.

MARCY NANOCENTER

Located in Upstate New York, the Marcy Nanocenter at SUNY Polytechnic Institute is a premier 434-acre greenfield campus developed for semiconductor & advanced technology manufacturing facilities. Now home to Cree | Wolfspeed’s $1.2 billion public-private partnership, the Marcy Nanocenter still offers another shovel ready site capable of supporting an additional 1 million square feet of cleanroom space.

OPPORTUNITIES AT THE MARCY NANOCENTER CAMPUS

CREE | WOLFSPEED

The world’s largest 200mm Silicon Carbide semiconductor facility.

MNC PARCEL #2

Marcy Nanocenter can serve multiple semiconductor manufacturing companies.

THE HUB/FLEX SPACE

An on-site opportunity for manufacturing warehousing and distribution.

Marcy-SUNY Parkway Development

A Vision for Mixed Use Development at the Gateway to Marcy Nanocenter.

WHAT'S HAPPENING

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PARTNERS

Mohawk Valley EDGE, supported by our partners in academia, industry and government is the lead developer to advance the Marcy Nanocenter site for the semiconductor industry.