Binghamton University is ranked among the nation’s top 50 public universities, and was recently named the number one out of state value by Kiplinger’s. Our K-12 system includes top ranked schools in New York and the United States.
SUNY Broome Community College is recognized as one of the finest community colleges in the United States.
The Greater Binghamton commercial market has 31.8 million SF of industrial space and 5.5 million SF of office space. Office Snapshot 4th quarter, 2013 Industrial Snapshot 4th quarter, 2013
With major highway systems intersecting in Binghamton, the area has become known as the crossroads of the Southern Tier. The Southern Tier Expressway, NY Route 17 (future I-86), crosses the area in an east-west direction and places Binghamton on a direct, limited access route between New York City and major Midwestern cities, including Chicago and Cleveland.
The North-South Expressway, Interstate 81, ties the region to Canada, central New York, Pennsylvania and points South. Interstate 88 links Binghamton directly to Albany, New York State’s capital, and to other important northeastern markets, including Boston and Montreal.
Interstate 88 links Binghamton directly to Albany, New York State’s capital, and to other important northeastern markets, including Boston and Montreal.
Broome County is your gateway to the world via the Greater Binghamton Airport.