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B. C.
| April 24, 2015
Grab the popcorn and sodas, folks, this will be a long one. 1. Let’s start with some new and updated renders for the evolving 210 Hancock Street development that INHS has planned for the Northside neighborhood
B. C.
| April 22, 2015
Heading back to downtown again, the “Lofts@SixMileCreek” (no spaces? no spaces…) apartment project is plodding away towards its anticipated late summer completion
B. C.
| April 21, 2015
Up on West Hill in the town of Ithaca, work progresses on the “Common House” apartment building for EcoVillage’s third neighborhood, called TREE (Third Residential Ecovillage Experience, following its first two, FROG and SONG)
B. C.
| April 20, 2015
Readers living or working in downtown might have noticed the lack of progress on the Carey Building, where a five-story addition is underway on top of the two existing floors
B. C.
| April 17, 2015
1. Leading off this week’s news round-up, here’s a thorough piece by the Ithaca Journal’s David Hill looking at the boom in local construction
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Knowing the history of an institution such as Cornell is essential for understanding the present state of the school and building an educated outlook towards the future. Ithacating in Cornell Heights is an independent student blog focusing on the history of Cornell University and the development of its physical facilities, as well as those of the surrounding area. Entries concerning history are updated frequently and care has been taken to keep the entries factually accurate. I always have my camera with me, and many photos from my personal collection are included in the blog entries.

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