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Old Posted Jan 24, 2018, 3:03 PM
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This looks familiar...
 
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Missed this from 2 weeks ago. I haven't found many other construction photos, but from the renderings, it looks like this is a pretty nice upgrade. Phased construction is still ongoing.

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New State High Building Opens
Geoff Rushton | StateCollege.com
January 08, 2018

There is still work to be done, but after nearly two years of construction and many more of planning, the State High project reached a major milestone on Monday. As about 2,300 students returned from winter break, they started things off with a pep rally in the north building gym, complete with the marching band. They then headed across Westerly Parkway to begin classes in the new south building, the first phase of a $137 million, three-phase project...


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Old Posted Feb 6, 2018, 9:08 PM
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Update on the Garner St lot

Article from a local source: This looks like a very nice project.

http://www.statecollege.com/news/loc...hrise,1475411/
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Old Posted Feb 6, 2018, 9:45 PM
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I like the scale of this project and the integration of the new Hillel community center on Beaver. Hopefully, the trend of building larger and taller mixed-use projects such as this and RISE will continue.

I just hope that the NIMBYS are ignored. I know there is a growing sentiment among a few that these larger mixed-use projects are destroying the scale and character of downtown State College. I suppose they rather see fertile farm land and wooded properties plowed over for low density tract housing like over in Toftrees.
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Old Posted Feb 7, 2018, 12:30 PM
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Another article from a local source

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