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More Affordable Housing and Senior Living Coming to Binghamton

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Fifty-seven affordable rental apartments are coming to the Binghamton area.

The Homes and Community Renewal Project is refurbishing existing buildings to be used as affordable and senior housing.

Thirty-seven of them will be part of the Crandall - North Street Revitalization, while the other twenty senior living spaces will be located at the EJ apartments on Clinton Street in Binghamton. The ribbon cutting for the EJ apartments was held on Wednesday.

When asked the importance of the project,  Executive Director of First Ward Action Council Jerry Willard says "we're restoring the past to enhance the future, we're creating a new Binghamton here and elsewhere".

Mayor Rich David was accompanied by EJ Apartments resident Beverly Moschak to cut the ribbon to unveil the new senior living apartments.