Southside, Binghamton - Southbridge Central Commercial District

Southbridge Central Commercial District

The Southbridge Central Commercial District is located around S. Washington St., Vestal Ave., and the easternmost section of Rt. 434. It has several shops and restaurants, a Lourdes Hospital "Primary Care Associates" building, a Lourdes Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Building, and 1 or 2 Cyber Cafes.

Binghamton, New York
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  • Vestal
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Sports teams and events
  • Binghamton Mets (AA)
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  • Binghamton Bearcats (NCAA Div. I)
  • Dick's Sporting Goods Open (Champions)
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Parks and entertainment
  • Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
  • NYSEG Stadium
  • Binghamton University Events Center
  • Broome County Forum
  • Oakdale Mall
  • Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park
  • Confluence Park
  • Recreation Park
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  • NY 17
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  • NY 26
  • NY 201
  • NY 363 (Brandywine Highway)
  • NY 434
  • US 11
Businesses and institutions
  • Lockheed Martin
  • IBM
  • Endicott Interconnect Technologies
  • BAE Systems
  • Crowley Foods
  • United Health Services
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital - Ascension Health System
  • Ascendia Brands
  • Universal Instruments
  • McIntosh Laboratory
  • Eureka! Tent Company
  • Frito-Lay
  • Maines Paper & Food

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