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The Building’s Journey



1904 – The Binghamton Press

The former Press Building, designed by architect T.I. Lacey & Son, was built in 1904 to be the home of Willis Sharpe Kilmer’s newspaper. He insisted that this be the tallest structure in Binghamton, a distinction it would hold for 70 years until the State Office Building was constructed in 1972.



2007 – Professional Tower Building

For several years the building was vacant showing signs of past abuse and neglect. Extensive renovations were done and the building reopened in late 2007 as an office building. The building’s name was then changed to the Professional Towers Building.


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2013 — The Printing House

In 2013, the building was converted into the beautiful residential property it is today — The Printing House. The name was selected as an homage to the building’s origins and a celebration of Binghamton history.

Our modern student apartments offer sweeping views of the city while the exterior and lobby of the historic building retain many original details, including a marble staircase and decorative architectural accents. What once belonged to the past, is now a stunning property meant for the future.