FEMA Grant: $1.5 Million

FEMA Grant: $1.5 Million

October of 2018 saw the City of Binghamton kick off a wave of demolitions, continuing a 2016 Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant that targeted blighted, flood prone properties. Approximately $1.5 million will be used to cover the cost of appraisals, land...
Binghamton Vines Urban Farm

Binghamton Vines Urban Farm

The Urban Farm is located in the heart of the city at 16 Tudor Street in a flood-prone area that was formerly a series of four abandoned houses. Youth employees continue to contribute to the farm’s tremendous growth each summer with the maintenance of...
Dos Rios Restaurant

Dos Rios Restaurant

The newest restaurant and bar at the corner of Court and State streets is the first business to set up operations in the building that had been home to a Family Dollar store. The owners of Dos Rios Cantina opened in June, 2018. Approximately seventy employees have...
North Side Fresh Mobile Market (2016): $5,000/year

North Side Fresh Mobile Market (2016): $5,000/year

In June 2016, Mayor Richard C. David announced a pilot program based on a partnership between Binghamton Economic Development, the BLDC and CHOW was underway for a North Side Fresh Mobile Market in the Binghamton Plaza, 33 W. State St., providing fresh fruits and...
Binghamton Urban Farm (2010-present)

Binghamton Urban Farm (2010-present)

Started in 2010, The Binghamton Urban Farm provides healthy, affordable food to local residents and combats the pervasiveness of urban blight in the downtown region. The Urban Farm is located in the heart of the city at 16 Tudor Street in a flood-prone area that was...
VINES (2007-present)

VINES (2007-present)

VINES empowers people to improve their lives and communities through urban gardening and connecting urban consumers to rural farmers. The organization was formed as a volunteer-led project building community gardens in 2007 but quickly grew as demand for urban...
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