Clearwater Organic Farms is expected to build its brand new 650,000 square foot facility at Eastman Business Park and eventually hire about 137 people. But there is no sign of the new company.

Earlier this year, Governor Andrew Cuomo's office touted it as the nation's largest commercial hydroponic facility in the nation.

The governor said it would be built at the Eastman Business Park and was expected to completed by the end of the year. But so far, it appears little ground has been made on the facility.

Clearwater Organic Farms is expected to build its brand new 650,000 square foot facility at Eastman Business Park and eventually hire about 137 people. But there is no sign of the new company.

Our news partner, News10NBC went by Eastman Business Park on Wednesday to see if any progress had been made on the project.

Back in May, the news release from the governor's office promised 137 full-time jobs including 55 reserved for veterans. In exchange, the Empire State Development would offer up to $6 million in tax breaks. COMIDA has also pledged tax breaks.

But Clearwater farms is not listed on the registry and there is no construction happening.

They also went to 205 Mclaughlin Road. It's listed on the website as another company address, but again we could only find an empty lot.

They did reach Alex Wasilou, one of the Clearwater farms' partners, but he said no one could meet us for an interview until Friday. He asked me to text my contact information and promised someone would reach out and set up a time.

News10NBC is still waiting for the governor to respond.