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New York | Developments UPSTATE

(Please note that New York City's developments can be found here, Buffalo's here, and Ithaca's here.)

Upstate New York has many small cities! Some of these include:

Binghamton


Rochester


Utica


Jamestown


Schenectady


Watertown


Corning


Saratoga Springs


Oneonta


Troy


Albany


and Syracuse


(And all the other cities in New York!)
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Not actually current development news, but more a look at some of the smaller cities in New York. First up is Utica. Here's a link to some pics I took on a visit back in 2009:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/220011...57622372784687

And a Wiki article:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utica,_New_York
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A news video about a tour of new downtown Syracuse housing options:

http://www.twcnews.com/nys/central-n...syracuse-.html
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(Please note that New York City's developments can be found here, Buffalo's here, and Ithaca's here.)

Upstate New York has many small cities! Some of these include:

Binghamton


Rochester


Utica


Jamestown


Schenectady


Watertown


Corning


Saratoga Springs


Oneonta


Troy


Albany


and Syracuse


(And all the other cities in New York!)
Not to be picky, but there are better pics for Syracuse, Saratoga Springs and Jamestown. Here's a picture of the Syracuse skyline: http://www.onondagacountyparks.com/a...es/photo12.jpg


Anywho, here is an on going thread about construction in the Syracuse area: http://www.city-data.com/forum/syrac...on-update.html
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A video about Jamestown (from 2012) Hope the revitalization momentum is still going on:

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And here's a link to a blog from the same group:

http://jamestownrenaissance.org/

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Short news item (after a 15 second commercial....sorry) reference the draft of a new Master Plan for the city of Elmira (from WETM TV)

http://www.planelmira.com/uploads/2/...draft_rev2.pdf

And for anyone interested, here's a copy of the draft (quite large):

http://www.planelmira.com/uploads/2/...draft_rev2.pdf
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Also for Elmira, here's a bunch of pics from 2009:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/220011...57622515872138
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Good news for Binghamton University students.

Here's a new (renovated) student housing facility in downtown Binghamton., Chenango Place:

http://www.chenangoplace.com/


Here's a virtual tour:

http://www.chenangoplace.com/virtual-tour.php



And the old Binghamton Press building is converted to more student housing downtown:

http://www.bupipedream.com/news/5466...udent-housing/

http://www.theprintinghouseny.com/
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Here's a photo album of downtown Binghamton from 2005. Not great pics, and they're old, but you get the idea.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/220011...57670200735275
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A report on the Gala event for the reopening of the Hotel Syracuse after a renovation (it's now a Marriott). Please forgive the short commercial intro.

http://www.twcnews.com/nys/central-n...cuse-gala.html

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A nice aerial video of downtown Binghamton, NY:

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A bit of good news for downtown Jamestown:

http://www.wgrz.com/news/local/10-mi...tier/302217465

be advised there is a short ad for Corning Glass before the news report begins.
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A new video about revitalization of downtown Jamestown, NY.

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A news spot about downtown Watertown, NY renovation:

http://www.twcnews.com/nys/central-n...novation-.html

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Glad this old hotel in Utica is getting a renovation.

http://www.twcnews.com/nys/central-n...tel-utica.html

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Some not so good news for the City of Elmira, NY. Looks like they might have to close their downtown arena.

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Multiple properties located near Seneca Niagara Resort and Casino have been targeted by the city of Niagara Falls for redevelopment purposes.
Niagara Falls is seeking proposals for the parcels — located at Niagara and Seventh streets and just across from the casino campus. The properties include three early 1900s-era Niagara Street buildings that not only housed apartments but also some small retail tenants like a now-closed convenience store.

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Some not so good news for the City of Elmira, NY. Looks like they might have to close their downtown arena.

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Yes, that is sad and I hope they can get something figured out soon.
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Here is a new development in Utica: http://www.twcnews.com/nys/central-n...any-mills.html
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Here is a planned development for Downtown Syracuse: http://waer.org/post/developer-propo...ntown-syracuse

More from Syracuse: http://www.syracuse.com/business-new...1button_single

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