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Approved Projects

Below are the projects approved by The Agency IDA/LDC team and boards, plus relevant reporting information for each project.

EJ Victory, LLC

YEAR: 2021
Project Close Date: Nov 01, 2021
REPORTED TO PARIS

The historic rehabilitation of the former EJ Victory Building into a mixed-use commercial building will revitalize an iconic "anchor asset" in the Central Johnson City neighborhood and serve as a catalyst for economic development in Johnson City. When the rehabilitation is completed, the building will provide the neighborhood with 108 market-rate apartments and 7,500 square feet of commercial space for prospective businesses. The creation of a more business-friendly community in this neighborhood will connect the area north of Main Street in Johnson City with the area south of Main Street in Johnson City, which is currently home to the Southern Tier Health Sciences and Technology Innovation Park. 

Lehtonen Lumber, LLC Small Business Incentive Program

YEAR: 2022
Project Close Date: Feb 16, 2022
REPORTED TO PARIS

The project will include a first story addition of 483.2 square feet, a second story office/conference room and break room of 926 square feet with adjoining stair vestibule of 163.8 square feet. The existing building includes an 8,962 square foot warehouse and covered storage area adjoining an existing showroom space of 961.8 square feet.

PM Press Small Business Incentive Program

YEAR: 2021
Project Close Date: Dec 15, 2021
REPORTED TO PARIS

PM Press is transitioning its global distribution center, event space, and headquarters from Oakland, CA, to upstate New York. 21 Emma Street will be the new shipping/receiving center, processing over $1 million in book orders annually, and event and book fair space. PM Press is also acquiring Autumn Leaves on the Ithaca Commons as a retail outlet. We anticipate the full cost of the transition to be approximately $1 million. (Building acquisition, new construction/improvements, and equipment purchase and associated costs total 853,500. The remainder is shipping costs and added employee costs and accommodations.)Upgrades and additions are needed on the property to create a safe, attractive environment for core operations. The current 21 Emma Street property also requires safety upgrades, minor repairs, and extensive cleaning (the facility was unused for almost a decade). PM Press will need to purchase equipment for the warehouse operations and maintenance in addition to office equipment.We expect at least three FTE to operate in the facility. Two will be stationed at the facility full time, while we expect another one person within PM to be at the facility either assisting with core operations during busy times, retrieving books for out-of-area tabling, and working at events held at the warehouse. At least one other FTE will be located in Ithaca, NY.New construction/remodeling is oriented toward book sales/fairs and author events. Book sales/fairs will feature indoor and outdoor sections, with book sellers and buyers coming from around the US to attend. The indoor event space (approx. 3,000 sf) will also be used to host book talks by authors, which we intend to stream on-line for a global audience. Major additions include resurfacing the 21 Emma Street parking lot, landscaping the currently overgrown areas surrounding the parking lot and abutting the railroad tracks, painting the facility's interior and exterior, inviting in a well-known artist to mural a street-facing portion of the facility, installing street signage, and adding awnings to the building and covered spaces within the parking lot as needed.As part of our transition from Oakland, we will need to purchase equipment to operate the warehouse and office facilities. We will also need to install a new phone system and wifi network.After almost a decade without daily use, the facility has fall behind in its maintenance schedule, safety compliance, and cleanliness. The entire facility requires extensive cleaning, including mold abatement. We will install a new CO and fire monitoring system, upgrade the dry fire suppression system, and add new emergency exits (signage and doors). We will also fix two step cracks, the ramp, and the roof (relatively minor). The office will require remodeling as well.After taking possession of the building PM Press must work with the City of Binghamton, New York State, and private contractors to repair/improve or remove the concrete wall abutting the 21 Emma Street property. The wall was built in the 1930s and has deteriorated over time. It is owned by New York State. It is unclear what resources we will need to expend in fixing this dangerous eyesore, but we are committed to working with government partners in arriving at a positive solution for us and the surrounding neighborhood.Further anticipated costs include shipping our inventory from Oakland to Binghamton, new employee costs, and paying for new employees to come to Binghamton for assistance during the set-up process.

322 Main Street, LLC

YEAR: 2022
Project Close Date: Jan 17, 2023
REPORTED TO PARIS

Renovations of the existing building and site at 322 Main Street Binghamton, NY 13905. In-unit interior renovations include repairs/improvements to bathrooms (inc. new fixtures), kitchen (inc. new appliances), new/refinished floors, lighting fixtures, painting, etc. Common space interior renovations include improved electrical/plumbing & new laundry room and storage facilities accessible to tenants. Exterior renovations include removal/replacement of siding & roof + driveway & parking site repair + bike rack. Result will provide an updated 12-unit, market rate housing project - improved living facility and amenities for tenants.

LCP Group, Inc.

YEAR: 2021
Project Close Date: Aug 02, 2023
REPORTED TO PARIS

We intend to renovate the former National Pipe and Plastics manufacturing facility into a multi-use facility. LCP Group will move current operations to the site and utilize approximately 30,000 sqft of space to grow out asbestos, demolition and recycling business. We will also update and remodel excess space at the site to offer space for leasing. Approximately 115,000 sqft of building space will be available. The space will be best suited as shared space for commercial/industrial companies including construction, recycling, manufacturing, and warehousing.

Upstate Hi-Tech Properties, LLC

YEAR: 2021
Project Close Date: Oct 01, 2021
REPORTED TO PARIS

Upstate Hi-Tech Properties, LLC (UHTP) is a real estate holding company that is purchasing a vacant parcel of land (~4+ acres) situated at 100 Commercial Drive, Town of Maine, where it will erect a 18,000 sf custom building (with 16,000 expansion capability) that will house the New York operations of Custom Systems Integration, Inc. (CSI), an engineering and manufacturing company that has operated in Broome County for over 18 years. CSI has been actively looking for a new location to rent for over 3 years but has been unable to find a suitable location that would accommodate the high-tech company’s needs without substantial business work-arounds and costs. It is important that the building be tailored to the business rather than the business adjusting to fit the building. This new location will have an additional compacted 10-20k sf area for the business’s future growth. The building will be a 190 ft x 200 ft metal structure that will house 100% of CSI’s New York operations. The interior of the building will primarily have an open layout consisting of several functional areas, including offices, production, integration and test, receiving, lobby, fabrication, stock for manufacturing and miscellaneous storage. There will be some 6-foot walls that will separate some of these functional areas. Ceiling height will be 21’ front to 16’ back. The only enclosed areas within the building will be the restrooms, utility closets and conference rooms. The exterior of the building will be a two-tone grey and blue (see rendering) and landscaping to be aesthetically pleasing to visitors. The building is being designed for future utilization of both renewable energy and green technologies, including solar and reclaiming water. For example, the roof will be sloped front to back to take full advantage of the building’s sun exposure throughout the day. Accommodations will also be made during construction to account for reclaimed roof water for internal plumbing sometime down the road. Additional features of the building include a bump-out dock with crating room that will be located towards the back of the building and an exterior cement pad for dumpsters next to the dock. UHTP is working closely with the Town of Maine to assure compliance with Town Code. As part of compliance, the project will include the construction of a retention pond to control stormwater runoff into the sewer system. The site will also have approximately 20-25 parking spots which includes 2 handicap and 2 visitor slots. CSI, the company that will operate in this building, is a custom test engineering and manufacturing company that designs and manufactures one-off test systems for Department of Defense (DoD) and Commercial Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs). Some of its customers include Lockheed Martin (multiple locations), BAE (multiple locations), IBM, ViaSat, Telephonics, Moog, NASA (multiple locations), Continental and Ansen, as well as many others. CSI operates in a very custom but stable market. Because of the sensitive nature of some of the work and customer-driven quick turnaround times, the majority of work in this business segment cannot be performed overseas. CSI utilizes hi-tech hand equipment and production tools to perform its tasks. Other equipment includes, fab equipment, a UV printer for silk screening and precision inspection products. CSI currently employs 21 people – 20 in Broome County and one in Chicago, IL. Its employees are a mix of Engineers, Assembly Technicians and operations staff. CSI has and will continue to manage a steady 10% - 15% growth per year. Some years were much more but CSI’s objective is to perform -and focus first- on its long-standing relationships, some nearly 20+ years old. CSI generates between $8,000,000 and $10,000,000 on average in revenue, depending on the amount of equipment that gets integrated into the systems in any given year. CSI conducts a significant amount of local business, having relationships with many local vendors, keeping money local. CSI also supports several local organizations. CSI was established in 2001 after another business, Symtx, closed its Broome County operations. Originally, Dave Jones – CSI General Manager/Owner, worked for IBM-Owego where, at the time, Sytmx, a manufacturer of custom test equipment, was a major vendor for him. After leaving IBM, Mr. Jones put together a strong business plan and presented it to Symtx to establish a location in Broome County, touting the area’s experience, skilled workforce, strong work ethic, and the access to the NE region’s strategic location for Electronic Manufacturers. He was successful and Symtx-NY successfully ran operations in NY and TX for 6-7 years until Symtx headquarters made the decision to close NY’s doors and condense its operations to Texas with the down turn in the telecom industry. During the 6-7 years. the NY operation became the recognized office for technical operation and lead the sales operation that grew the whole company to over 200 people. Numerous people from the NY Operation were asked to move to Texas due to the experience and technical expertise that possessed. It was then when Mr. Jones moved ahead with a plan to establish CSI, leveraging the same experienced resources that made Symtx-NY successful. The creation of CSI retained many employees formerly employed by Symtx, preventing a migration of people from the area. CSI has continued operate and grow for over 19 years.Estimated total project cost remains in the $1,580,000 area.More on CSI can be found at customsi.com

PILOT & Bond Annual Reporting

YEAR: 2020
Project Close Date: May 18, 2021

BLDC Bond Report

YEAR: 2020
Project Close Date: May 18, 2021

Ophthalmic Associates of The S.T. Small Business Incentive Program

YEAR: 2020
Project Close Date: Sep 16, 2020

530 Columbia Drive, LLC is the owner of 530 Columbia Drive, Johnson City NY. Daniel L. Sambursky owns 100% of the entity Existing building is being completely renovated for a medical office and a ambulatory surgery center and renovations are approximately $5,100,000. 530 Columbia Drive will then lease a portion of the space to Ophthalmic Associates for its Ophthalmology practice office and a portion of the space will be leased to Binghamton ASC for a new ambulatory surgery center for ophthalmology. This is the only ambulatory surgery center of ophthalmology in Broome County. 

Binghamton ASC. LLC Small Business Incentive Program

YEAR: 2020
Project Close Date: Sep 16, 2020

530 Columbia Drive, LLC is the owner of 530 Columbia Drive, Johnson City NY. Daniel L. Sambursky owns 100% of the entity Existing building is being completely renovated for a medical office and a ambulatory surgery center and renovations are approximately $5,100,000. 530 Columbia Drive will then lease a portion of the space to Ophthalmic Associates for its Ophthalmology practice office and a portion of the space will be leased to Binghamton ASC for a new ambulatory surgery center for ophthalmology. This is the only ambulatory surgery center of ophthalmology in Broome County. 

Pritchard Properties Small Business Incentive Program

YEAR: 2020
Project Close Date: Dec 16, 2020
REPORTED TO PARIS

Renovation of existing structures. Construction of new buildings holding a service station and a bank. 

Good Shepherd Village at Endwell (Bond)

YEAR: 2007
Project Close Date: Mar 09, 2021

Good Shepherd Village at Endwell (the Village) is a fee-for-service continuing care retirementcommunity to be constructed in the Town of Union, Broome County, NY. The Village willinclude 150 independent residential housing units comprised of 70 cottages and 80apartments. The units range in size from one to two bedroom units. The Village will include aHealth Center comprised of a 32 unit adult care facility including 16 enhanced assisted livingsuites and 16 special needs assisted living rooms and a 32 bed residential health care facility.The adult care and residential health care facilities will have dining rooms, resident lounges,activity areas and other support service spaces. The Village will also contain a Center, whichwill include dining rooms and café, library, activity areas, auditorium, country store,barber/beauty shop, administrative offices, resident lounges and other public gathering areas,an indoor heated swimming pool, spa and fitness center.

Spark JC, LLC

YEAR: 2021
PROJECT STILL OPEN

The Oakdale Mall transformation will include adding diverse commercial businesses, public institutions, medical and wellness services, and new retail to convert a traditional mall into a comprehensive multi-purpose space.

American Horizons Group, LLC (Altura at Skye View Heights)

YEAR: 2021
PROJECT STILL OPEN

American Horizons Group, LLC will develop a 21-acre site at 105 ½ Skye Island Drive in Endicott, New York. The site is contiguous with the existing Skye View Heights 55+ rental community also owned by American Horizons Group. The new development will be called “Altura at Skye View Heights” and will also be a 55+ rental community. The drive into Altura will begin with an iron gated entrance on Skye Island Drive and lead to a beautifully landscaped 4 story building with a portico and fountain at the entrance. The building will contain 120 units consisting of 1-bedroom (800 sf) units with fireplace on 1st, 2nd& 3rd floors, 2-bedroom (1,200 sf) units with fireplace on 1st, 2nd& 3rd floors and 2-bedroom (1,500 sf) units with den and fireplace on the 4th floor (penthouse units). Altura will also include amenities such as an indoor pool with a jacuzzi and a community room.Parking shall be below the building complex if possible, with an additional covered portico for residents parking. All utilities on the site will be installed underground to avoid unsightly poles and wires and maintain a pleasant view for Altura residents and the neighboring community.

Kashou Ent Inc. (Binghamton Sports Complex)

YEAR: 2021
PROJECT STILL OPEN

Kashou Ent Inc. will reconstruct the Dome Facility with a 98,000 sqft steel metal building. Looking to expand into new sports programs and event hosting. The new Event Center on Airport Rd will house 5 indoor turf fields, a 2-story clubhouse, which would house a restaurant, retail space, and several other entities that would relate to sports. The new facility will host Soccer, Lacrosse, Field Hockey, softball, Flag Football, and Baseball.

ADEC Solutions USA, Inc.

YEAR: 2016
Project Close Date: Feb 25, 2016
REPORTED TO PARIS

ADEC Solutions USA, Inc. purchased 56 Broome Corp Parkway from The Agency. The company will renovate the facility and purchase machinery and equipment to meet the needs of its business and individual client needs. ADEC has an existing operation in Deposit and will be expanding at the 56 Broome Corp Parkway location.

Pacemaker Steel Piping Company, Inc.

YEAR: 2016
Project Close Date: Jul 20, 2016
REPORTED TO PARIS

Pacemaker Steel and Piping Company, Inc. manufactures and distributes steel, aluminum, pipes, valves and fittings to fabricators, manufacturers and mechanical contractors. Pacemaker is looking to expand operations, they purchased an existing building in the City of Binghamton. Pacemaker intends to acquire, renovate and equip the building. This will enable the company to add product offerings, added value services, expand existing product lines, and expand sales territory in the east and south. 

The Printing House (Chenango Empire)

YEAR: 2016
Project Close Date: Feb 24, 2016
REPORTED TO PARIS

The Printing House is a three building student housing conversion project in Binghamton NY. The Properties are located in downtown Binghamton, proximate to Binghamton University and the Binghamton central business district. The Project will feature 94 apartments containing 282 rooms that cater to university students and young professionals alike. The Project is designed lo satisfy significant demand for amenitized student housing product within the Binghamton market. The Printing House will offer a premium amenity package which will include free cable and internet access, a state of the art fitness facility, study room, media.room, computer lab, hot tubs, tanning beds, and laundry service. 

Woodburn Court

YEAR: 2016
Project Close Date: Sep 14, 2016
REPORTED TO PARIS

Woodburn Court project is an existing 148 unit apartment tower located in Binghamton, New York and built in 1980. The Project consists of an eleven story tower situated on a well-manicured 2.32 acre parcel in downtown Binghamton. The Project is designated for elderly residents and is subject to a Section 8 Housing Assistance Program Contract which covers 147 of the 148 units. 

Dick's Merchandising & Supply Chain, Inc.

YEAR: 2016
Project Close Date: Nov 01, 2016
REPORTED TO PARIS

The project entails the construction of an initial 650,000 square foot distribution facility within the Broome Corporate Park in Conklin New York. The project will employ 466 employees within 5 years with a total investment of over $84,000,000.

265 Industrial Park Drive, LLC

YEAR: 2017
Project Close Date: Aug 31, 2017
REPORTED TO PARIS

Acquisition of the entire building 428,020 sqft at 265 Industrial Park, Kirkwood, NY. 

50 Front Street Associates

YEAR: 2017
Project Close Date: Mar 09, 2017
REPORTED TO PARIS

Newman Development Group acquired the former Sheraton Hotel at 50 Front Street in the City of Binghamton. The building was demolished to make way for 50 Front Street Luxury Apartments. This project will provide 122 modern market-rate apartments within walking distance to downtown Binghamton. 50 Front St was ranked a Priority Project by the Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Council and will be the first new market-rate construction in the city in more than two decades. 

Broome Culinary Realty, LLC

YEAR: 2017
Project Close Date: Dec 29, 2017
REPORTED TO PARIS

The project involves the extensive renovation of the historic Carnegie Library located at 78 Exchange Street, Binghamton, NY into the SUNY Broome Culinary Arts Center. 

Century Sunrise Redevelopment

YEAR: 2017
Project Close Date: Mar 01, 2017
REPORTED TO PARIS

A mixed-use historic and adaptive reuse of two former Endicott Johnson buildings in Johnson City. This project includes a total of 104 workforce & market-rate apartments and approximately 10,000 square feet of commercial space. These buildings are adjacent to the Binghamton University School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences and Decker School of Nursing.

CR Land, LLC (434 Sportsplex)

YEAR: 2017
Project Close Date: Nov 16, 2017
REPORTED TO PARIS

Construction of a multi-use sports complex which will consist of a new 53,280 s/f metal building and site development construction. The building will include space for athletic fields, weight training, batting cages, café, offices, meeting rooms. Site development will consist of 198-space parking lot, walkways and future outdoor fields.

100 SaveAround Parkway, LLC

YEAR: 2017
Project Close Date: Nov 20, 2017
REPORTED TO PARIS

The project is to purchase the existing 38,000 sq ft. building located at 100 Emerson Pkwy. Binghamton, NY 13905 in order to accommodate the existing and future growth of SaveAround, Inc. SaveAround will utilize the facility to combine both their corporate office and warehouse.

Freewheelin ANSCO, LLC (ANSCO Camera Factory)

YEAR: 2018
Project Close Date: Jun 22, 2018
REPORTED TO PARIS

The historic rehabilitation of the former ANSCO Camera Factory into a mixed-use commercial building will revitalize an iconic "anchor asset" in Binghamton's First Ward neighborhood and serve as a catalyst for economic development in west Binghamton. When the rehabilitation is completed, the building will provide the neighborhood with 100 market-rate apartments and 50,000 square feet of commercial space for existing and prospective businesses. The creation of a more business-friendly community in this neighborhood will connect west Binghamton to the Southern Tier Health Sciences and Technology Innovation Park in Johnson City.

KMCC Ventures, LLC (Nealon Transportation)

YEAR: 2018
Project Close Date: Feb 23, 2018
REPORTED TO PARIS

The project entails the construction of a 9,000 square foot truck maintenance and corporate headquarters at Pine Camp Road, Kirkwood for KMCC Ventures, LLC. This Project is a direct result of the Dick's Sporting Goods distribution facility project as KMCC was required to relocate to allow DSG to move forward. The company was seeking a new location in both New York and Pennsylvania.

128 Grand Ave, LLC (AOM)

YEAR: 2019
Project Close Date: May 09, 2019
REPORTED TO PARIS

The Project involves the demolition of an existing abandoned structure to be supplanted by a modern ground-up development of a three-floor (and subterranean basement space for recreational activities) with 24 residential units comprised of a unit mix of twelve 3-bedroom, six 2-bedroom and six 1-bedroom units. The total square footage is approximately 31,500. The Project Is expected to be constructed with a modern design consistent with those being constructed at the Binghamton University buildings about one block away. The Project will be sprinklered and meet ADA requirements as all other relevant zoning and code requirements, as determined by the Village of Johnson City.

DMSC, Inc. Expansion (Dick's Sporting Goods)

YEAR: 2018
Project Close Date: May 23, 2018
REPORTED TO PARIS

Dick's Merchandising & Supply Chain, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Dick's Sporting Goods Inc., expanded its Conklin, NY Distribution Center by an additional approximately 245,000 square feet for its new e-commerce center.

One North Depot, LLC

YEAR: 2019
Project Close Date: Dec 01, 2020
REPORTED TO PARIS

The One North Depot mixed use development is located in downtown Binghamton, NY at 1 North Depot Street. This development project will first and foremost provide affordable commercial space, housing, shared work space, and new green space close to the urban core of Binghamton, NY. The primary long term goals of the project are to attract new jobs, new small business, and to attract and retain skilled workers and local college graduates to the vibrant revitalization of downtown Binghamton. One North Depot will be comprised of at least 5 units {11,000 sq ft) of commercial storefront and office space, over 8,000 sq ft of shared work space for small businesses, and entrepreneurs, 10,000 sq ft of outdoor green space, and 55 units (40,500 sq ft) of residential upper floor housing, mostly In the form of 1 bedroom loft apartments. The 1 bedroom apartments will start at about $695 per month. Work/live packages will be available which will Include both an apartment, and a work space on the lower levels to do business out of. A primary focus of the redevelopment project will be to preserve the historic integrity of the structure. The building on site, 1 N Depot St was built between 1876 and 1885, and is listed on the national register of historic places and Is a local landmark. Preservation of the original exterior brick facade and the orlglnal signage from historic local companies wlll be a priority. A structural analysis of the building has confirmed action needs to be taken now in order to preserve this large historic structure.

Buckingham Manufacturing

YEAR: 2019
Project Close Date: Mar 18, 2019
REPORTED TO PARIS

Buckingham Manufacturing is a local, homegrown company that has been in Broome County for more than 100 years. This project will involve the purchase and renovation of 72 Grosset Ave in the Town of Kirkwood that has sat vacant. Buckingham will move some of its operations to this location, all under one roof. Currently, the company has been leasing space in several locations.

Engineering Manufacturing Technologies (EMT) - Small Business Incentive Program

YEAR: 2018
Project Close Date: Mar 18, 2019

Engineering Manufacturing Technologies (EMT) used its exemption for the acquisition, renovation and refurbishing of 17 Kentucky Avenue, in Endicott, NY.

265 Main Street - Small Business Incentive Program

YEAR: 2019
Project Close Date: Jan 17, 2019
REPORTED TO PARIS

Renovation of market rate apartment units and first floor retail space.

250 Main Street, LLC - Small Business Incentive Program

YEAR: 2019
Project Close Date: Feb 20, 2019
REPORTED TO PARIS

This project is a renovation of a Historical Building built in 1899.  The first floor is commercial and the 2nd & 3rd floor residential 2 bedroom units. All 3 floors will be completely renovated with all new up to date materials. Such as Kitchens and bath, HVAC on each floor, flooring, walls, ceiling, insulation, doors, windows, lighting.

L3 Technologies, Inc

YEAR: 2019
Project Close Date: May 12, 2020
REPORTED TO PARIS

L3 is planning to lease a new facility at 147 Industrial Park Drive to relocate their operations. They will be the sole tenant of this building and will work with the owner on building renovations, including the addition of 20,000 s/f of space, bringing the building total to 100000 sf. L3 has stated their desire to stay in the area and move into a state of the art free standing building.

Carrier Services Group

YEAR: 2017
Project Close Date: Nov 01, 2019
REPORTED TO PARIS

Carrier Service Group (CSG) is purchasing the old DOD Hillcrest Depot site as its new World Headquarters location for asset management services. From this location, CSG will offer a complete portfolio of asset management services for its Tier 1 and Tier 2 customers to include such companies as Verizon, Century Link, Frontier, Level 3 and others. CSG has purchased 46 acres, including approximately 400,000 s/f building space. 

WILLOW RUN FOODS

YEAR: 1998
Project Close Date: Dec 17, 1998
REPORTED TO PARIS

Construction of a 125,000 square foot wholesale food distribution warehouse and a 25,000 square foot corporate office building which will consist of a structural steel frame with metal panel and masonry exterior walls, approximately 35 feet in. Type of construction: pre-engineered metal building.

WASHINGTON DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATES

YEAR: 2010
Project Close Date: Jan 14, 2011
REPORTED TO PARIS

Construction of a new 113 units (386 bed) student housing residential complex. The apartment complex will be used for students attending Binghamton University, along with additional land for a parking lot.

AMERICAN HORIZON GROUP

YEAR: 2015
Project Close Date: Oct 02, 2015
REPORTED TO PARIS

Located in the Village of Endicott the Franklin Estates Project consists of the renovation of a two-family house on East Franklin St and the construction of 26 new two-family houses along East Franklin St, Groats St and Overton St for a total of 54 two-bedroom units. The project is geared to the 55 and older retired population. The project includes extensive land development costs for the project to move forward.

CLOVER COMMUNITIES

YEAR: 2011
Project Close Date: Sep 01, 2011
REPORTED TO PARIS

Construction of a new single, three-story, wood frame, fully sprinklered apartment building for senior citizens capable of living independently. The building will be located at 1035 Anna Maria Drive-Rear and 1039 Anna Maria Drive Johnson City, NY. 149 off street parking will also be implemented on the property.

VITALUNA

YEAR: 2013
Project Close Date: Jul 01, 2013
REPORTED TO PARIS

Renovation and equipping of a 60,000 +/- square foot building (55,651 +/- square feet of leasable space) with an underground 107+/- car parking garage located at 2 Court Street in the city of Binghamton to be used as a commercial office space.

SHEEDY ROAD/JUNEBERRY ROAD

YEAR: 2013
Project Close Date: Feb 06, 2014
REPORTED TO PARIS

Complete reconstruction and expansion of the former Vestal Nursing Center that sustained flood damage in both 2006 and 2011. The new facility will be located on Route 26S in Vestal, NY and will be developed as a 148,400 sq. ft., new multi-use senior long term care campus consisting of three health related facilities. The facility will consist of a 160 bed skilled nursing facility occupying 119,250 sq. ft., a 40 bed assisted living room program structure containing 24,978 sq. ft., 131 registrant adult day care health program structure containing 4,168 sq. ft.   

STELLAR 83 COURT

YEAR: 2010
Project Close Date: Dec 04, 2010
REPORTED TO PARIS

The historic rehabilitation of the 102,874 square foot Midtown Mall building in Binghamton, NY. The plans call for the conversion of the property for a combination of commercial space and apartment for lease to college students.

National Pipe and Plastics -Small Business Incentive Program

YEAR: 2019
Project Close Date: Jun 19, 2019
REPORTED TO PARIS

National Pipe and Plastics is moving it's corporate headquarters from Vestal NY to 1 N Page Ave Endicott NY. The location is adjacent to the company's new manufacturing and shipping facility. NPP will construct a brand new 23,000+/- sq ft office building, employee and visitor parking lots and park/green space. By locating it's administrative offices directly adjacent to the new manufacturing and shipping facility, the company will operate more efficiently and have space for future growth.

CHENANGO PLACE/ONE WALL

YEAR: 2014
Project Close Date: Dec 30, 2014
REPORTED TO PARIS

Compete renovation of the former Fair Store and an adjacent building at 20 Wall Street in downtown Binghamton to be used as an apartment complex for college students that will include 48 student apartments arranged in various numbered suites, amenities include a fitness center and student lounge The first floor will consist of two commercial tenants.

UNIVERSITY PLAZA- UP1 & UP2

YEAR: 2014
Project Close Date: Aug 13, 2014
REPORTED TO PARIS

The project is part of the existing University Plaza and will comprise of two student housing projects. The first includes the acquisition of the existing housing project that includes 710 beds and the renovation of the premises. The second project includes the demolition of two office buildings that will become vacant in May 2014 and the construction of 225 apartment and 753 beds of new student housing plus the construction of approximately 10 4 bedroom townhouses.

20 HAWLEY STREET

YEAR: 2011
Project Close Date: Dec 19, 2011
REPORTED TO PARIS

Compete renovation of the 167,000 sf building located in Downtown Binghamton to be used as an apartment complex for college students that will include 293 student apartments arranged in various numbered suites, amenities include a fitness center, student lounge & underground parking. A portion of the first floor, approximately 11,000 sf will be designated for retail uses. 

MAINES MAPLE DRIVE EXPANSION PROJECT

YEAR: 2011
Project Close Date: Dec 23, 2011
REPORTED TO PARIS

A construction project to add 19,950 square feet to the existing one story 75,590 square foot distribution facility for a total of 95,540 square feet. The building will be adding dry and cooler storage areas.

MAINES PAPER AND FOOD SERVICE- MAPLE DRIVE FACILITY

YEAR: 2006
Project Close Date: Aug 31, 2007
REPORTED TO PARIS

To build a new one story 76,655 square foot food distribution facility. The building will be comprised of cooler, freezer, dry storage areas, cooler loading dock, dry loading dock and associated offices.

MILLENNIUM PIPELINE

YEAR: 2006
Project Close Date: Sep 07, 2007
REPORTED TO PARIS

Construction of 200,815 feet of a 30" gas transmission pipeline running through eight towns in Broome County, NY.

1435-1439 MARCHUSKA, LLC-SMALL BUSINESS INCENTIVE PROGRAM

YEAR: 2019
Project Close Date: Oct 01, 2019

Renovate building at 408 Commerce Road, Town of Vestal, Broome County, NY 13850 with the intention of being occupied by tenants at completion. Currently unoccupied.

600 High Avenue, LLC (Ideal Nursing Home)

YEAR: 2019
PROJECT STILL OPEN

This project includes the purchase of the Ideal Senior Living Center from a non-profit to a for-profit entity. The Village will receive property tax revenue as a result of this purchase. This property will continue to provide quality and affordable care for those in need of assisted-living and will continue to provide jobs in the health care industry. 

Spark Broome, LLC

YEAR: 2019
Project Close Date: Feb 24, 2020

Spark Broome, LLC plans to subdivide and repurpose the vacant former Sears building with a strategic mix of tenants. The former Sears building is a 150,000 S/f two story building that has been vacant since September 2017. Retrofitting these vacant stores are a challenge as the stores are not only old and functionally obsolete but due to the size, there are very few concepts big enough to back fill without subdividing and re-purposing for several unique tenants. This project will take a substantial investment on behalf of Spark Broome, LLC as many of the mechanical such as the HVAC system need total replacement to bring it to today's standards. Common space and corridors will also need be planned and constructed allowing access for multiple tenants and the general public to the building and mall entrances. Spark Broome, LLC has been aggressive with re-imagining the vacant space and has several potential tenants either secured or currently in negotiations. 

Canopy Growth USA, LLC

YEAR: 2019
Project Close Date: Dec 20, 2019
REPORTED TO PARIS

This project will establish a large agri-pharma industrial facility to process, manufacture, package and distribute federally legal hemp derived CBD products.The facility will receive bulk hemp from local farm producers and manufacture hemp-derived products in a clean, industrial, licensed, food or pharmaceutical grade environment.Modeled on Canopy Growth's headquarters and Canadian central processing the upgrading and pharma manufacturing facility in Smiths Falls, Ontario is the single largest legal cannabis and hemp derived product manufacturing facility in the world. The Binghamton facility will see the Southern Tier become a leader in the growing, harvesting and manufacturing in the federally legal CBD derived product space.The project will employ 75 people within 3 years with the potential to employ 400 people total.

Sam A. Lupo & Sons, Inc

YEAR: 2019
PROJECT STILL OPEN
REPORTED TO PARIS

The purpose of the project is to enable Lupo's to maintain current business in a safe and sanitary environment, along with the ability to look for new business. The main building has been purchased. Lupo's will add a 9,000 square foot addition to be used for refrigerated production and coolers to USDA requirements. The existing building will be used for storage, employee areas and administration. There will be two loading docks and enough parking for all employees and four refrigerated trucks. The building will be remodeled along with the addition to also enable the company to be third party audited for food safety and quality. It is anticipated that the remodeling will also increase efficiency.

Great Eastern Hemp, LLC

YEAR: 2020
Project Close Date: Feb 27, 2020

Acquire, renovate and equip the facility to process locally-grown hemp. In addition, manufacture, package and distribute hemp-derived CBD products.

Hashey Enterprises, Inc DBA Synergy Athletics - Small Business Incentive Program

YEAR: 2019
Project Close Date: Dec 23, 2019
REPORTED TO PARIS

Purchase of an existing building to add another location for Synergy Athletics. Remodel and upgrade building. Project includes new HVAC, bathroom facilities, shower rooms, increase insulation, LED lights, exterior upgrades, roof, and furnishing the interior. 

Maines Headquarters Expansion Project

YEAR: 2004
Project Close Date: Nov 19, 2004
REPORTED TO PARIS

107, 780+/-square foot metal building to be used as an office/cooler/warehouse facility.

159 Washington Holding, LLC

YEAR: 2020
Project Close Date: Aug 01, 2020

Former Ellis Brothers furniture business, 4 story mixed use building in downtown Binghamton. Approximately 20,000 sq ft to be renovated into 27 one- and two-bedroom apartments geared towards young professionals working in downtown Binghamton. Seeking 1st floor commercial tenants. This is a historic building and the front facade will be preserved in accordance with local CAUD and State Historic Preservation guidelines.

Beer Tree Brewing - Small Business Incentive Program -

YEAR: 2020
Project Close Date: May 20, 2020

Renovate approximately 23,000 sqft of the existing "sears" building to create a modern, vibrant microbrewery (for manufacturing beer) and taproom.

Simulation and Control Technologies, Inc. - Small Business Incentive Program

YEAR: 2020
Project Close Date: May 01, 2020

Renovation and remodeling of 430 Airport Road, Endicott from warehouse/distribution facility to offices and manufacturing facility. Renovation needed to meet needs of company and expanded product lines to become new location of Simulation and Control Technologies, Inc. 

Davidge Holdings, LLC - Small Business Incentive Program

YEAR: 2020
Project Close Date: Mar 01, 2020

Work as required to relocate the offices of Chianis + Anderson from our current location to the existing structure at 31 Front Street 

GJS Property Group, LLC - Small Business Incentive Program

YEAR: 2020
Project Close Date: Jun 29, 2020

Replace cold storage buildings in rear of property. Fix drainage issues in parking lot. Mill & replace parking lot. Fence/Gate Repairs. Paint exterior of building. Interior fit up of office spaces. Energy efficient upgrades. Exterior visual upgrades. 

United Health Services (Bond) Project - BCLDC

YEAR: 2020
Project Close Date: Aug 26, 2020

United Health Services, Inc. for the purposes of the issuance of tax exempt bonds up to $295,000,000 for a major renovation and new construction project at the Wilson Campus in Johnson City. The project includes the construction relocation of a new and state of the art Emergency Room for improved patient care; the construction of an MRI lab – not currently available on the campus; a new medical / surgical patient unit with private rooms and three floors of shelled space for anticipated growth; a new helipad will be constructed on the top of the building and will reduce transport time by an estimated 7-9 minutesTotal square footage is approximately 183,375 s/f and total project costs are expected to be $132,000,000. The transformation of the UHS campus at Wilson Hospital will complement the hundreds of millions of dollars expended by Binghamton University toward the development of the JC Health & Cultural District. The project is located in a state-designated innovation district and a federally designated Opportunity Zone.The project will substantially improve the physical landscape in an important area in Johnson city and serve as a catalyst for new development along Main Street. 

Bluestone Wind LLC

YEAR: 2020
Project Close Date: Jun 01, 2021

The project will consist of the acquisition of an interest in the Company’s fee, leasehold, and easement interests in certain parcels of land located in the Towns of Sanford and Windsor, Broome County, New York.  The acquisition, construction, installation and equipping on or under the Land of: (i) a buried and overhead collection and transmission line system to carry electricity to the point of interconnection, (ii) one or more electrical substations and related switching, (iii) operations, maintenance and storage buildings, (iv) one or more meteorological and communication towers and devices, and (v) a system of gravel access roads, security fencing and gates, parking, landscaping and related improvements to the Land, and the acquisition, installation and equipping therein and thereon of certain equipment, including wind turbine generators with a total combined rated capacity of up to 1241 megawatts (“MW”), transformers, potential battery storage and related facilities, and furniture, fixtures, machinery and equipment.

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