Syracuse, N.Y. — About 150 students could be living in the new housing near The Warehouse by fall 2014. Ed Green is the developer.
Syracuse, N.Y. — CNY Central is reporting that Syracuse developer Ed Green is working with Hueber-Breuer Construction to convert the E.M. O’Donnell building into student housing that likely would open by fall 2014. The building, which was recently used as office space for gas and electric company National Grid, would appeal to students attending classes at The Warehouse, Green told CNY Central. The Warehouse is a former furniture storage warehouse that was purchased by the university in 2005 and redesigned as classrooms for arts-related studies. The housing would accommodate about 150 students.