This column was written by Brian Crandall, who runs “Ithacating in Cornell Heights.”
The best part about holiday photo tours is that students are few and parking is ample.
Why I shop downtown — Naomi
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I know this project has been done for a couple of months now, but I was unable to take photos until now.
The $650,000, 1,700 sq ft project is essentially Cornell’s history engraved in stone benches and pavers (unfortunately covered by snow and ice here). I imagine it must be a nice spot to sit when not covered in snow.
Far bigger is the continued construction for the future Klarman Hall, pushing onward to its December 2015 completion. Construction firm Welliver is plodding through the cold weather to undertake steel work, metal decking, and mechanical and electrical rough-in in the basement. The 33,250 sq ft building was designed by Koetter | Kim & Associates.