Northeast College of Health Sciences is demolishing a pair of structures on the former Eisenhower College campus in Seneca Falls.
Sessler Companies has been working to demolish the two buildings that served as housing for students.
The work is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
Vice-President for Marketing and Communications Colleen Brennan-Barry recently spoke with the Finger Lakes Times about the work.
“The project has been long in the works as part of the college’s multi-year strategic plan and focuses on campus infrastructure an enhancement,” Brennan-Barry said. “We are in the process of taking down two buildings … which were part of the campus when we moved here in 1991, neither of which have ever been used by the college. We anticipate it will be green space for the immediate future.”
The school was previously known as the New York Chiropractic College.
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