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O'Neil Building

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Identification

O'Neil Building
Ross Building, O'Neil-Ross Building
224580

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Structure in General

low-rise building
demolished [destroyed]
brick
applied masonry
romanesque revival

Usages

commercial office

Facts

  • The original portion of the O'Neil Building was built at the corner of Court and State Street by local banker Erastus Ross in 1889-1890.
  • During the 1890's it was known as the Ross Building.
  • Vacated in 1997, the O'Neil Building was acquired by the City of Binghamton in February 2004.
  • By 1900, both sections were known as the O'Neil Building.
  • As of April 2004, the city was seeking bids and proposals for its redevelopment.
  • The building was sold to a private developer in 2005, who explored renovating it into off-campus student housing.
  • A two-bay addition was added on the east side by local businessman George F. O'Neil in 1898.
  • As of early 2007, the building was in poor condition and its future uncertain.
  • The 1898 addition was torn down in early 2007 after partial collapse of the roof.

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Location

72-76 Court Street
100-104 State Street
72 Court Street
13901
Binghamton
New York
U.S.A.

Technical Data

81.00 ft
7
1889
1890
1898
2

Involved Companies

T. I. Lacey & Son
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