New York State Homes and Community Renewal Announces Two Historic Rehabs to Create 57 Affordable Homes in Binghamton


E.J. Apartments and Crandall-North Street Revitalize Binghamton, Increase Housing Opportunities for Individuals, Families and Seniors

Investment Complements “Southern Tier Soaring” - The Region’s Comprehensive Strategy to Revitalize Communities and Grow the Economy

July 11, 2018 – New York State Homes and Community Renewal today announced the ribbon cutting for E.J. Apartments, a $6.3 million rehabilitation of the historic Endicott Johnson Medical Clinic into 20 affordable homes for seniors, and the ceremonial groundbreaking for the Crandall-North Street Revitalization project, a $10.5 million project that will create 37 affordable homes and 1,000 square feet of commercial space. Together, these two developments will result in 57 affordable rental apartments across 12 newly renovated buildings, including two historic structures, in the City of Binghamton’s First and Second Wards. First Ward Action Council is the developer for both projects.

Binghamton, NY
United States