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Über Binghamton

46.551 in der Stadt
244.694 in der Region
26 km² (10 mi²)
264.177856445 m
Binghamton is an industrial city in southern New York located at the confluence of the Susquehanna and Chenango Rivers about 165 miles (265 km) northwest of New York City. It is the seat of Broome County and largest of the "Triple Cities," which include Johnson City and Endicott. The birthplace of IBM, business machine manufacturing is still an important part of the economy. Binghamton was first settled in 1787, and later named for William Bingham, a Philadelphia merchant who owned much land in the area. Binghamton was early to add commercial buildings to its skyline with construction of the Press Building and the Security Mutual Life Building in 1904-06. Little changed until the late 1960s, when a burst of new construction spurred by ambitious plans of the local urban renewal agency added serveral large buildings to the downtown. Only the Binghamton Regency Hotel and Conference Center of 1986 has been added to the skyline since then, as emphasis has shifted to preservation. Despite losses during urban renewal, Binghamton retains a remarkable collection of Victorian era buildings.

Städte in der Metropolregion

Binghamton, Dickinson, Endicott, Endwell, Johnson City, Vestal

Anzahl der Gebäude

No. Current status
56 Alle Gebäude


No. Type
45 Flachbau
6 Hochhaus
3 Kirche
1 Silo
1 Mast (Fahne)