NYSEDC's 900 members work to build vibrant, diverse, and sustainable communities throughout New York State.
Alexandrian or East Avenue Inn
The Project Description: Built in 1850, the former Colgate College of the Rochester Divinity School was sold to Waldorf Astor in 1929. Astor leased the building to the US Army as barracks until 1947 when the property was acquired by John Jacob Astor who converted the property to rental apartments. Upon Astor’s death in 1964, … Continue reading Alexandrian or East Avenue Inn→
Map of New York's Assets
New York's regions have many important human and physical economic development assets, including world class economic and workforce development organizations, technology transfer offices, leading colleges and universities, and much more. Discover these assets through the NY Asset Map.
The purpose of NYSEDC is to promote the economic development of the state and its communities, encourage sound practices in the conduct of regional and statewide development programs, and to develop education programs that enhance the professional development skills of NYSEDC members.