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Downtown Binghamton Apartment Project Unveiled

Two recent Binghamton University graduates have announced plans to renovate a five-story downtown building. The project will create twelve modern apartments at 73 Court Street.

The $2.5 million project is being undertaken by Fortress Development Group, a New York City-based real estate management firm owned by Syed Ali and Adam Ibrahim

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Downtown Binghamton Parking Study Planned

A comprehensive study on downtown Binghamton parking issues is about to get underway.

Mayor Richard David said the city hopes to hear from residents, business operators and people who visit downtown to help develop parking policies

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Downtown Binghamton Hotel to Reopen

Binghamton's Grand Royale Hotel is expected to resume operations this summer.

A group of investors from India is partnering with the Watertown dentist who owns the property to reopen the hotel and its restaurant

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Binghamton Students Explore Downtown

Fourth grade students in the Binghamton City School District are learning more about local history by hitting the streets.

The students participate in a historical walking adventure billed as "I Spy Downtown

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Binghamton Boscov’s May Be Spruced Up Soon

Albert Boscov says some improvements are being planned for the downtown Binghamton store that bears his name.

Boscov - who is the chairman and CEO of the Pennsylvania-based department store chain - says company officials are "taking a good look" at the Binghamton location to consider ways to make it more attractive

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Rich Birdsall

Downtown Binghamton Firestone Catches Fire

The long-standing Firestone at the corner of State and Lewis in downtown Binghamton caught fire earlier today. Firefighters have made it onto the scene, but the damage to the property is unknown at this time

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