Eastman Business Park
|Headquarters||Rochester, New York|
Eastman Business Park, formerly Kodak Park, is a large manufacturing and industrial complex in the city of Rochester, New York, in the United States. The complex is run by Eastman Kodak and is located 3 miles (5 km) north of downtown Rochester and 4 miles (6 km) south of Lake Ontario. The complex runs parallel to New York State Route 104 and Mount Read Boulevard for most of its length.
Eastman Business Park is serviced by both CSX, via the Charlotte Running Track, and Norfolk Southern, via the Rochester and Southern Railroad. The plant also maintains an intra-plant railroad. It was formerly serviced by the Rochester Subway via the Dewey Avenue surface connection.
The ashes of Eastman Kodak founder George Eastman are buried here.
In the decades following 1890 Kodak Park was constructed to meet the massive demand of Eastman Kodak Company's Photographic and Motion Picture Film products. The park would eventually become the largest photographic product manufacturing facility in the world, employing over 15,000 employees in over 154 different buildings spanning its 1,300 acres.
On November 11, 2008 Eastman Kodak officially renamed Kodak Park "Eastman Business Park" and began an aggressive marketing campaign to attract new tenants to the park.
During the Bankruptcy of Eastman Kodak in 2012 and 2013 Eastman Kodak began selling off a number of large assets in Eastman business park as it continued to downsize which included its coal power plant as well numerous other land and building assets. 
In 2012 It was revealed that Kodak had weapons grade uranium in an underground lab for almost 30 years. While the uranium was not nearly enough to build a nuclear device the findings sparked outrage from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Companies and institutions in or near the Eastman Business Park
As Eastman Kodak Downsized the manufacturing facilities were leased out to both established and start-up manufacturing companies. Current Members of Eastman Business Park Include:
- Acquest Development 
- American Fuel Cell 
- Arnprior 
- Cardinal Logistics Mgmt. 
- Carestream Health 
- Cerion Energy
- Columbia Care LLC 
- DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability 
- DuPont Danisco 
- Eastman Kodak Company 
- Eastman Park Micrographics 
- ESL Federal Credit Union
- Excell Partners Inc. 
- Empire Digital Signs 
- Energy Materials Corporation 
- LiDestri Foods 
- Lumisyn 
- Genencor International
- George Eastman Museum-Film Preservation Services 
- Graphenix 
- Great Lakes Environmental 
- Guardsmark 
- Harris Corporation 
- Intrinsiq Materials 
- IMAX 
- Kingsbury Corporation
- Kodak Alaris 
- Khuri Enterprises 
- Molecular Glasses 
- Natcore Technologies
- Naturally Scientific US 
- NOHMs Technologies Inc.
- NY-BEST Test Commercialization Center / DNV-GL 
- Novomer 
- Oak Ridge National Laboratory 
- OmniID 
- ON Semiconductor 
- Optimation 
- Orthogonal 
- Ortho Clinical Diagnostics 
- Premise Health / AO Safety 
- Proton Innovations 
- Quintel 
- RAPA (Rochester Association of Performing Arts) 
- RED (Recycled Energy Development Co.) 
- R-Display & Lighting 
- Rochester Silver Works 
- Safety Solutions
- SiGNa Chemistry 
- Transparent Materials 
- Yaro Enterprises 
Future of Eastman Business Park
Eastman Business Park has been described as a vital part of Rochester, NY's economic growth efforts. State and local governments and Eastman Kodak Company itself have been steadily working towards turning Eastman Business Park into an innovation hub which would attract large companies as well as small start up companies with a focus on green-tech, photonics, optics and material science to the park.
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- Kodak sells power plant in Eastman Business Park
- LiDestri buys Kodak Park South land
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- Eastman Business Park Current Members
- ALI TOUHEY. "Company approved to manufacture and dispense medical marijuana in". ROCHESTERFIRST. Retrieved 6 May 2016.
- $23 million battery facility coming to Eastman Business Park
- Kodak, Kingsbury Announce Agreement on Touch Screen Sensors
- Kodak Bankruptcy officially ends
- New Company Locating at Eastman Business Park
- "Firm to create 100 jobs at Eastman Business Park - Rochester Business Journal New York business news and information". Retrieved 6 May 2016.
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- Finger Lakes 2012 Progress Report
- Kodak: Transforming Eastman Business Park