JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — A portion of Arch Street between Main Street and Corliss Avenue was closed to traffic from 6 a.m. until noon Wednesday, as the abandoned property at 99 Corliss Avenue was torn down.
This was just one of many abandoned buildings in the neighborhood demolished in recent weeks.
Adjacent properties located at the intersection of Corliss Avenue and Broad Street were demolished on Friday, February 15.
Officials with Binghamton University say the vacant lots will be used as additional parking for the university’s pharmaceutical school across the street. They also said they will keep their options open should they find a future use for the properties.