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Facility Location:  
This represents emergency response location only, may not reflect occupants mailing address.
340 Tower Rd
Town of Ithaca
NY -
Construction Date:   1912
Gross Area:   31,415 sq ft
Net Area:   27,065 sq ft
Architect:   Green & Wicks
Style:   Colonial Revival
Unit Facility Director:   wld2 - Bill L. Dowdall,  Jr
Building Coordinators
Maintenance Zone:   Contract-College
Campus Site:   29 - Ithaca Main Campus
Jurisdiction:   Contract College Facilities
State Owned?:   Yes
Historic Building:   N - National Register
Historic District:   NL - Not Located Within a District
Photo: Rice Hall
Built during the same period of expansion of the Ag Quad, Rice Hall exhibits many of the same characteristics of the others, in terms of the material, fenestration pattern, and general massing. Rice consists of a three story rectangular block, with three bays on either side of a central projecting block, with nine bays. The first floor of the building consists of rusticated brick to imitate clapboards, each window single double-hung, with coursed brickwork above to the eaves. The third floor of the side bays consists of paired windows, the southeast facade windows with awnings. The central block consists of double-hung first and second floor windows, while third floor windows are segmentally arched, with paired brackets and peaked gable front eaves above. The roof is clip-hipped with slate shingles, as is the main roof. The north facade consists of essentially the same arrangement as before, with the addition of three dormers on the central block roof.