Organization Dedicated to Preserving the Past has New Home
A local organization dedicated to preserving architectural history in the Triple Cities has a new home.
Tuesday the Preservation Association of the Southern Tier, also known as "PAST", unveiled their new location on North Depot Street in Binghamton.
The organization, which was formerly housed in the Perry building on Court Street, has been working to reuse unique pieces of local architecture for 35 years.
"PAST" President David Hawley says, "Binghamton has some really amazing architecture, it has some beautiful architecture and it's a shame to see those buildings come down. Our major focus is to make people aware."
The salvage shop is open the first and third Saturday of every month and offers reasonably priced pieces of historical architecture for those looking to restore their homes.