Central Dutchess County Development Parcel - General Business Zoning

New Hackensack Road Wappingers Falls, NY 12590

Property Type:
Commercial Land Development
Last Verified:
Dec 31, 2019


  • General Business Zoning
  • 3 Lot Subdivision concept available - Price is $160K/acre
  • Low owner financing available
  • Economic Drivers: IBM, Vassar College, Marist College, Hudson Valley Regional Airport, Vassar Brothers Medical Center


BHHS Hudson Valley is pleased to offer this 8.5 acre commercial parcel recently re-zoned GB (General Business). Permitted Uses include: Places of Worship, Private Schools, Daycare Centers, Health care offices, Medical or Dental Laboratory, Veterinarian Offices, Pet Day Care and commercial kennels (without outdoor runs), farm uses, Manufacturing, Contractors office, storage and sale of constructions materials, including plumbing, electrical and similar contractor's establishments, as well as a multitude of uses considered under special permit. Municipal water to the property and septic. Low owner financing considered for serious prospects. Only 1.5 miles from Route 9 in Wappingers Falls in a busy commercial corridor adjacent to Hudson Valley Regional Airport. The airport is a local economic driver, serving as an important regional transportation hub.

Central Dutchess County location adjacent to Hudson Valley Regional Airport. Located at 157-183 New Hackensack Road in Wappingers Falls, NY (Dutchess County). 7 miles north of I-84 and minutes from Dutchess County Airport.

Lot Size: 8.5 acres

Map of New Hackensack Road, Wappingers Falls, NY, 12590

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