NYSEDC's 900 members work to build vibrant, diverse, and sustainable communities throughout New York State.
Twin River Commons
Newman Development, a prominent Greater Binghamton based developer, is near completion of a $20 million, 200,000 square feet student living center in downtown Binghamton. This state-of-the-art development offers 127 units (371 beds) and the latest amenities including in-room washers and dryers, a fitness center, a computer lab, and social area. The project is the most significant private investment in the City of Binghamton in more than two decades.
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.