One of New York City’s most successful industrial, commercial and retail centers, College Point Corporate Park combines the advantages of a bustling urban setting with the amenities of a convenient suburban environment.
Located in the midst of a neighborhood of more than 115,000 residents, the 550-acre office park is close to the City’s two airports, subways, the Long Island Railroad, and major highways.
The Perfect Place to Work and Play
What makes College Point Corporate Park unique? It has a diverse range of businesses surrounded by wetlands, public parks and ball fields. In short, there’s something for everyone.
College Point Corporate Park is home to more than 200 companies and 6,000 employees, with a range of industries represented, including office operations, light and heavy manufacturing, construction equipment suppliers, printing, distribution and retail. The New York Times’ printing plant and Crystal Window and Door Systems call College Point home.
On-Site Management and Maintenance
NYCEDC manages the College Point Corporate Park on behalf of the City of New York, coordinating infrastructure and grounds improvements and maintaining the site's streets and sidewalks.
The Park’s on-site management and maintenance program is financed by small quarterly contributions from member businesses to an improvement fund, which also provides benefits such as business assistance training, capital improvements and beautification projects.
Reconstruction of Linden Place
Reconstruction of Linden Place began in spring of 2009 and is expected to be completed in Fall 2014. Linden Place road will connect from 28th Avenue to 23rd Avenue and will provide direct access to the Whitestone Expressway and will alleviate traffic flow within the park. The planned extension of 132nd Street will connect 20th Avenue and Linden Place and will also help to alleviate traffic.
Ares Printing plans to expand its company's facilities by moving from the Brooklyn Navy Yard to a new facility on 31st Avenue and College Point Boulevard. Also on 31st Avenue, the new Police Academy will replace the existing police impound lot with a state-of-the-art training facility.