The restructuring of an electronic medical records company has freed up a significant amount of space in a high-profile building in downtown Binghamton.

The MetroCenter complex at Court and Washington streets now is advertising up to 9,500 square feet of commercial office or retail space.

The property was acquired more than two years ago by Marchuska Brothers Construction of Endicott.

HealtheConnections now is occupying about 40 percent of the space it previously had been using at the MetroCenter. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

Justin Marchuska said the space recently became available as HealtheConnections now is occupying about 40 percent of the space it previously had been using at the MetroCenter.

Marchuska said the medical records firm now is utilizing other space at the MetroCenter site.

Christina Carroll of HealtheConnections said the Binghamton operation has adopted an "open working environment" for its 20 people are working at the downtown site.

HealthlinkNY - which merged with HealtheConnections - had moved to the MetroCenter in 2015 because the office needed more space than was available at the old Lackawanna Train Station.

FLASHBACK: Ellis Brothers Furniture operated in the MetroCenter for a short time before an electronic health records company began using the space in August 2015. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

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