Ithaca Builds

Mapping, photos and information for Ithaca construction and development projects

Breckenridge Place Windows Filling In

September 6, 2013 // by Jason Henderson

More window frames have been put in place, and glass inserts installed. The work on the interior must be humming along to get this project complete by early 2014 for 50 units of mixed-income housing coming online. Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services has posted an informational brochure on their site for rental information.


Breckenridge Place, More Windows

August 23, 2013 // by Jason Henderson

Breckenridge’s windows are coming along, not much else to notice on the exterior, as I imagine now the interior has become the main focus in order to be ready for early 2014 leases. I think the Fall 2013 finish has been ruled-out.


Breckenridge Place Done with Bricks

August 16, 2013 // by Jason Henderson


Brick facade is complete and more windows have been installed. From here on out the exterior changes will feature the remaining windows, window shades, the steel-framed glass sections on the overhang stack on the Seneca Street side, a finished roof (I think the green roof as an overhang on the ground floor has been axed in the final design), and a large sign at the Seneca-side entryway.

Breckenridge Place Photo & Landscape Update

August 8, 2013 // by Jason Henderson



These photos were taken in the past week; there’s been further progress on the facade and window installations, and I’ve seen drywall pallets being hoisted onto each floor, so the interior work must be coming along.



Here’s the landscaping plan. Ingress/egress will be underneath and through the building on the West Seneca Street side, and includes 12 parking spaces. The plan was done by Trowbridge Wolf Michaels Landscape Architects, and includes ample new plantings like grasses, shrubs and trees, as well as the inclusion of the existing trees currently on the site.


Breckenridge Place to start accepting rental applications July 15.

July 2, 2013 // by James Douglas

Per Tompkins Weekly, Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services will begin accepting rental applications for Breckenridge Place on July 15, continuing to July 30. If you’re at all interested in securing a unit here, applications are available online.  Applicants are being selected via a lottery due to the high demand the apartment complex is expected to generate, so good luck to all those who do apply.

Breckenridge Place is scheduled to be completed by fall 2013. Hopefully this news is a signal that everything is on schedule.

Stone Quarry Apartments Project Description

April 30, 2013 // by Jason Henderson

Stone Quarry Apartments is a 35-unit rental housing development by the Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services (INHS) and PathStone Development, a non-profit developer.  It is a mixed-income project for affordable and low to moderate income households.  The units will be in one three‐story building and two rows of 2‐story townhouses. Site improvements will include a 37‐space parking area, pedestrian walkways throughout, a recreation area with a playground, basketball court, a lawn, and landscaping. The applicants are also proposing to install a sidewalk, tree lawn, and street trees along the property on Spencer Road.