Downtown Binghamton

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Downtown Binghamton
City of Binghamton neighborhood
Center City
Looking east along the Court Street Bridge towards Downtown Binghamton, May 2007
Looking east along the Court Street Bridge towards Downtown Binghamton, May 2007
Country United States of America
State New York
County Broome County
City Binghamton
Government
 • City Councilor Lea Webb (D) District 4
 • County Legislator Jason T. Garnar (D) District 3
Zip Code 13901
Area code(s) 607
Website http://www.cityofbinghamton.com

In the Southern Tier of New York State, nestled on the north bank of the Susquehanna River, just east of its confluence with the Chenango River one finds Downtown Binghamton. It is the business and administrative center of the City of Binghamton, the Greater Binghamton area and Broome County.

Downtown Binghamton can be defined as encompassing the area north of the Susquehanna River, east of the Chenango River, west of Brandywine Avenue (NY-7) and south of the Norfolk Southern tracks.

The intersection of Court, Chenango and Exchange streets.

Downtown is the business and administrative center of the city and region, as such, it is home to the principal state, county and city offices; housing them in Government Plaza on Hawley Street between State and Isbell streets. Important commercial streets include; Chenango, Court, Hawley, State and Washington streets.

BC Junction, Broome County Transit's point of departure for the majority of its fixed routes, is located at on the corner of Henry Street and Prospect Avenue in this neighborhood.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://ridebctransit.com/transit/bc-junction-0