About Us


Your 21st Century Business Village. Looking for an opportunity? We offer very aggressive commissions and we welcome all inquiries. We work with small, medium, and large-sized businesses to help them either get started or expand into new territories.

Where you are headquartered says a lot about how your business perceives itself. Are you making the right statement about your company? If you are looking for a great area to expand your portfolio into, our commercial real estate deserves some serious consideration. Find out more about the opportunities we offer.



Getting things done through collaborative organization within the community.



First class office space to suit your business at affordable rates. Rapid occupancy available.



Authorized access to general areas and secured designated spaces are available 24/7.

The Eaton Center has been through many changes since the late 1800s, when a piano fortes manufacturer stood on this site.

Today, The Eaton Center is poised to enter yet a new era. With a long history as an economic hub in Norwich, NY, The Eaton Center is the perfect place to relocate a business or medical practice or to start a new venture.

With offices as small as 200-square feet or as large as 10,000-square feet, The Eaton Center has spaces to fit every need in one convenient location. Existing tenants include an array of physicians, dentists, professional service providers as well as a café, fitness center and other businesses that make The Eaton Center an attractive place to work.



Historic Timeline


The Eaton Center Constructs a Women’s Health Facility for UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital.


The Eaton Center constructs 23,000 SF of space for the New York State Unified Court System.


The Eaton Center Constructs a State of the Art Physical Therapy Unit for Chenango Memorial Hospital


Ownership changed to a private corporation and systems have been updated to state of the art climate control and access systems.


The Eaton Center is a fully functional multi-tenanted office complex.

Oct 2002

To accommodate growing tenant activity and growth in the capacity of the Eaton Center a new parking lot is built on Conkey Ave. next to building 50, adding another 53 parking spaces.

Jul 2002

Building 52 was torn down to make room for SUNY Morrisville College.

Sep 2000

Del Webster, Director retired and Louie Barnes was promoted to Property Manager.


David Wagoner, a former Community Development Director for the city of Norwich and a CCAC board member, was appointed Executive Director for The Eaton Center and to transform the CCAC into the lead economic development arm for Chenango County.

Oct 1999

The Lt. Gov. Mary Donohue, was in Norwich to deliver the announcement of the State university’s Norwich Branch Campus to relocate to a new 36,000 square foot, two story building at The Eaton Center.


The Eaton Center is well on its way to achieving its occupancy rate. Large, small and startup businesses are all welcome. Rent covers utilities, housekeeping, trash removal, grounds maintenance and other normal building services at no extra cost, in a facility with an on-site staff and 24-hour security coverage. The…Read More

Aug 1999

The Eaton Center has been part of Chenango County’s economic development effort for four years. The 200,000 square foot Facility occupies 8 acres at the southern end of the Norwich Business Improvement District. Located in the Greater Norwich economic Development Zone, The Eaton Center is home for over 50 business,…Read More


The Serendipity Café was incorporated into the first floor of building 30 to further establish The Eaton Center as a professional office building.


Building 28, second floor was remodeled with a new entrance and elevator for the opening of the Chenango Memorial Hospital Dental Center.


There was a $650,000 building enhancement project. This project was to change the appearance of The Eaton Center from a factory setting to a tenant friendly professional office building. This face lift made the challenge of marketing the building to new and growing business’s easier. The slogan chosen for The…Read More

May 1995

Del Webster was hired as The Eaton Center Director, to build a facilities management team that would maintain the facility and renovate it to accommodate the needs of a growing multi-tenant entrepreneurial community. Webster was guided by volunteer leaders from the CCAC Board of Directors. John Huhtala, a former P&GP…Read More


Procter & Gamble donated what was to become known as The Eaton Center to the Chenango County Area Corporation (CCAC). This gift was to provide greater economic opportunities for the purpose of attracting new businesses to the Chenango County region and to help replace employment opportunities in Chenango County in…Read More


A special task force was formed to find a use for the building and turn it into a community asset.


P&G announce the closing of Eaton Avenue Facility due to consolidation and organizational restructuring.


Building #52 opened as a Personal Computer Training Center and building #61 was raised.


Renovation of the fifth floor of building 5 for ITQ (Implementing Total Quality) & Human Resources Dept. for future training needs.


Sales training room in the basement of building #27 was completely overhauled and refurbished.


Renovation began of several buildings at Eaton Avenue.


The Eaton Avenue complex of buildings at it’s peak. In subsequent years, all major building projects took place either at Woods Corners or North Norwich.


A “Sterile” plant is built along Elm Street.


Construction of buildings #30 & 31 were complete.


Construction begins on additional production building #30 and modern office building #31. Building #1 was removed entirely and 21 feet off the east end of building #2.

Dec 1938

Piano Street was renamed Eaton Avenue by Norwich Common Council (new law required use of street address on every package) renamed to honor the Eaton Family.


New storage building was completed.


New administration building #27 was completed.


Buildings constructed: #21 receiving, #28 carpenter shop on Elm Street, #27 legal on Eaton Ave.


Another warehouse was constructed.


A new warehouse and a 5 story extract building were built.


Building erected for manufacturing aloin, podophyllin, and other extracts and oleoresins.


Plant consisted of three buildings: Buildings #2 and #3, and an office building and several warehouses.

May 26, 1904

A major fire destroys a large part of two Hayes & Rider wooden buildings which were on the site originally causing $40,000 – $50,000 in damages. Rebuilding began almost immediately.


The Norwich Pharmacal Co. moved into this abandoned building. This was the headquarters for the company until 1990’s. This same year building #1 was built.