Ground was broken on October 2, 2014 for this 35,000 square foot structure that will provide infrastructure needed for companies focusing on energy, electronics and health. It will include specialized laboratories and other features associated with industry-based R&D, including testing, evaluation and prototyping. The incubator will have business resources, and tenants will be connected to research and educational programming at Binghamton University and SUNY Broome. The incubator will enable more than 900 jobs over a nine-year period with an estimated 250 jobs created in the first three years alone. The completion of construction will be in April, 2017 and the facility is expected to generate over $6 million in economic impact annually to the local community.