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B. C.
| August 19, 2014
Entry #3 in the Collegetown history series. I’ve gotten to know a few people over the past several years of writing about Ithaca development. One of those is a gentleman who I consider to be the patriarch for the online dispersal of Ithaca development news, the gentleman who goes by the online nom de plume […]
B. C.
| August 15, 2014
1. Although there might be five proposals still in the running for the old library space, if one goes off of public sentiment, there are two leading candidates – the DPI proposal for its 84-unit project (76 condos, 8 apartments), and Franklin/O’Shae’s 32-unit mixed use proposal, the one that re-purposes the original 1967 structure
B. C.
| August 11, 2014
Here’s another installment in the Collegetown history series. I like to imagine that it’s every architect’s ambition to have one of their designs built, a building they can touch with their hands
B. C.
| August 8, 2014
1. The city’s trying to balance its budget with the help of some land sales. In this instance, the property in question is 707 E
B. C.
| August 5, 2014
Given that Collegetown’s been so active on the development front these past few weeks, I figured I’d run a couple of pieces related to its history and development
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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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