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Hudson Valley iCampus Featured in NYC Builds Bio Webinar, ‘Gateways to the North’

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Hudson Valley iCampus, the 207-acre premier life sciences, biomed, manufacturing/warehouse and office campus in Rockland County, N.Y., was featured in “Gateways to the North,” a webinar in a series focusing on the growth of the life sciences industry in the New York region.

“We’re proud to be recognized as a major force in the New York region’s growing life sciences and biotech industry,” said Jamie Schwartz, President of Hudson Valley iCampus. “We have created an environment that is conducive to innovation and ingenuity on our campus, as well as opportunities for long-term growth.”

The 90-minute webinar, held July 26, presented an overview of life sciences and biotech developments in Rockland and Westchester counties, and the Bronx. The series is hosted by NYC Builds Bio, a New York-based organization that works to support life sciences and commercial real estate development through events, research, reports and educational programs.

Hudson Valley iCampus is a 2-million-square-foot multi-tenanted property and features a collaborative atmosphere of innovation fostered by leaders in their respective industries including Pfizer, Sanofi, Auro Vaccines, Lead Cyber Solutions and Urban Electric Power. The campus is known for historic, breakthrough vaccines developed on the grounds including vaccines for smallpox, typhoid and polio. Pfizer conducted research and development for the Covid-19 vaccine in its laboratory space in Pearl River, and it recently announced plans to invest $470 million to expand vaccine research there. Pfizer leases space at Hudson Valley iCampus and also owns property contiguous to the campus.

“There are many exciting changes underway at the Hudson Valley iCampus, a 25-building mixed-use campus on 207 acres strategically located in Rockland County,” said Sheena Gohil, Executive Managing Director for the Tri-State team of Colliers, the exclusive leasing agent for the campus. “The campus offers amazing opportunities for companies in the life sciences and biomed sectors within the region.”

Gohil and Robert Lella, Managing Director of Colliers’ Tri-State team, were guests on the NYC Builds Bio event. They gave viewers an inside look at Hudson Valley iCampus via a virtual tour of the property, which includes laboratory, office, GMP manufacturing, warehouse, office space, and build-to-suit options to allow maximum flexibility for growth. They also highlighted unique features on the campus, including a 23-megawatt, state-of-the-art power plant that delivers cost effective, environmentally conscious and energy-efficient electricity, steam and chilled water to tenants.

“Gateways to the North” also included presentations by Simone Healthcare Development, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Westchester County Office of Economic Development; and other health care and bioscience companies.

About Hudson Valley iCampus

Hudson Valley iCampus is a 2 million-square-foot mixed-use, multi-tenanted property on 207 acres at 401 North Middletown Road in Pearl River, N.Y. The property is centrally located in the Hudson Valley and close to dining, shopping and entertainment options, with easy access to train stations, the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, New York State Thruway, and is within 24 miles of Manhattan. Current tenants include Pfizer, Inc.; Sanofi US Services, Inc.; Auro Vaccines, LLC; Lead Cyber Solutions, LLC; Party City Holdings, Inc.; and Urban Electric Power, Inc. The site is owned by Industrial Realty Group, LLC and managed by its affiliate IRG Realty Advisors, LLC. For information, contact Jamie Schwartz at and visit

PHOTO CAPTION:  Sheena Gohil, Executive Managing Director, Tri-State team, at Colliers, exclusive leasing agent for Hudson Valley iCampus in Pearl River, N.Y., gave an overview of the 207-acre premier life sciences, biomed, manufacturing/warehouse and office campus during a July 26 webinar, “Gateways to the North,” which focused on the growth of life sciences in the New York region.

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