Rehab For A Vacant Binghamton Building

By Mike Trim

July 22, 2010 Updated Jan 4, 2006 at 2:57 PM EDT

The building used to be the old Chittenden Dyer mansion, built in 1866.
It's been vacant for years, and was scheduled to be torn down by the city, this winter.
Until Kelly Wagstaff of Wedge-Wagstaff Financial Services, bought the building from the city, with plans to redevelop it.
She plans on using the site to attract small businesses like law offices.
"What we're really looking forward to is small businesses who are interested in renting such space to step up and give us a call so we can begin to secure the financings," says Wagstaff.
Construction on the building is underway and is expected to be completed by the end of next summer.

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