Architectural History Minute Eight Square School House Built: 1827, Designed: Henry Balcom The building is one of Tompkins County’s finest local landmarks. It is the earliest school still existing in […]
There is a lot of excitement about the year 2030 in Ithaca – from Ed Mazria’s Architecture 2030 keynote at HOLT’s 50th Anniversary event to Cornell University’s feasibility study on converting all of […]
Fun Fact- It was built as the Ithaca High School, and that name remained until the 1960’s when a new high school was built in the wetlands (yes) at the […]
Architectural History Minute Dewitt Building (IHS) Built: 1914, Designed: …. Long ago in the 1830’s, formal education in Ithaca took place at the Ithaca Academy. It was a private preparatory […]
Thank you to the CenterState CEO, Downtown Committee and all ambassadors for helping all of us at HOLT Architects celebrate the opening of our Downtown Syracuse Office!
“Making Green Design Available to All” was a topic of conversation at the New York State Green Building Conference in Syracuse on Tuesday March 12th. HOLT Architect’s Justin DeAbreu and Ithaca Neighborhood Housing […]
Sustainable Tompkins was honored to be asked to co-host, along with the Tompkins County Climate Protection Initiative, the 50th Anniversary Celebration for HOLT Architects on February 22. The keynote speaker […]
Celebrating 50 Years of Innovation, Community & Sustainability. Read the article here.
And thank you for the perfectly framed photo! We are proud to support Big Red Women’s Hockey and look forward to the Semifinals!
Architectural History Minute First Baptist Church Founded: 1804 Built 1899, Designed: ? “First Presbyterian Church (FPC) has been present in downtownIthaca since 1804…… in 1816, property was acquired for a […]