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Seneca Place building gets new ownership in Ithaca

The Seneca Place on the Commons building in Downtown Ithaca has changed hands.

Owner and original developer Ciminelli Real Estate Corporation of Buffalo sold the property for $23.64 million to “Hotel Syracuse LLC.” According to legal filings, the LLC shares a suburban Buffalo address with other businesses and LLCs maintained by father-and-son developers Anthony and Nicholas Cutaia.

The 186,000-square-foot mixed-use project at 130 East Seneca Street was built in 2005, and was one of the early major projects in Downtown Ithaca’s recent renaissance. The nine-story building hosts the 104-room Hilton Garden Inn hotel and about 102,000 square feet of office space primarily occupied by Cornell University. The ground floor hosts Starbucks and Kilpatrick’s Publick House.

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