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Facility Location:  
This represents emergency response location only, may not reflect occupants mailing address.
136 Hoy Rd
City of Ithaca
NY -
Construction Date:   1990
Gross Area:   214,325 sq ft
Net Area:   183,897 sq ft
Architect:   Gwathmey, Siegel
Style:   Modern
Unit Facility Director:   tek39 - Thomas E. King
Building Coordinators
Maintenance Zone:   Endowed
Campus Site:   29 - Ithaca Main Campus
Jurisdiction:   City of Ithaca
State Owned?:   No
Historic Building:   NL - Not Listed as Landmark
Historic District:   NL - Not Located Within a District
Photo: Frank H T Rhodes Hall
Rhodes Hall is an eight-story building occupying a narrow, triangular site between Hoy Road and Cascadilla Gorge. The narrow, rectangular main facade curves to follow Hoy Road. On either end are cylindrical, glass stair towers. The articulation of the north and south facades is alternating opaque and glass bands. The entrance is a brick rectangular block set off center to the right. The windows in this block are various sizes and shapes (strip, square, round). A large horseshoe-shaped portion in brick faces the gorge on the southwest corner of the building. Its west facade has a glass cutaway which connects to Grumman and Upson Hall. The flat south facade faces Cascadilla Gorge and has small rectangular windows in horizontal rows; a projecting, vertical stair tower in glass; and four large, round cutouts at the top.