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START-UP NY

DAC With Armory in Background

 D'Youville College is approved as a START-UP New York site.

DAC building
D'Youville's designated START-UP space is in the DAC Building, on the corner of Connecticut and Fargo Avenues, in the city of Buffalo, NY.

START-UP NY stands for SUNY Tax-free Areas to Revitalize and Transform Upstate NY. It is a statewide program that aims to spur economic development by establishing tax-free zones to draw new jobs and companies to public and private colleges and universities across New York.

D'Youville has designated 11,150 square feet within the unused sixth floor of its six-story Academic Center (DAC). D'Youville plans to attract companies in health and life sciences, advanced manufacturing and information technology, among other fields.

D'Youville welcomes inquiries from potential START-UP New York business partners.

Get started by registering your business at the START-UP NY website.

Questions?

For more information about START-UP NY, including eligibility guidelines, restrictions and application information, visit the program's website at: http://startup.ny.gov. Contact our Office of Administrative and External Affairs to learn more.