History of the Campuses and Buildings of the University of Rochester
United States Hotel Prince Street Campus Eastman School of Music Medical Center River Campus Mid-Campus South Campus Mt. Hope Campus Graduate, Family and Veteran Housing Central Utilities Other Off-Site Buildings
Mt. Hope Campus

 Mt. Hope Campus with College Town in 2015.

Dedication Plaque for Paprocki Plaza

Mt. Hope Campus on December 3, 2013

The Mt. Hope Campus includes several buildings on Mt. Hope Avenue.

1854 668 Mt. Hope

1857 692 Mt. Hope

1906 630 Mt. Hope

1920 575 Mt. Hope

1920 590 Mt. Hope

1920 685 Mt. Hope, Fairbank Alumni House, Environmental Health & Safety

1941 Star Market (Centrex, Mail Services), 1510 Mt. Hope

1945 Hess Gas Station (CVS)

1958 Towne House Motor Inn (University Towne House)

1958 Elmwood Medical Building (Mt. Hope Professional Building)

1960 Wegmans Food Market

1965 Addition to Towne House Motor Inn

1972 Goler House

2014 College Town dedicated October 17th

2015 Constantinoís Market in College Town opens on April 11, 2015 and closed on February 14, 2016.

2016 CVS

1963 "Barry House Presented to UR," University Record. 3(6):1 (June 1963)
The historic Patrick Barry house at 692 Mt. Hope Avenue, one of Rochesterís most famous architectural landmarks, has been given to the UR by the six heirs of the late Frederick G. Barry.

2014 "No injured reported in crane collapse," Democrat and Chronicle, July 1, 2014, Page 4A.
At College Town parking garage.

2014 College Town is Dedicated, October 17, 2014

2015 "Constantino's opening day goes well," Democrat and Chronicle, April 11, 2015, Page A10.

2016 "Constantino's says it was a victim of poor vision," Democrat and Chronicle, February 14, 2016, Page 3E. | Part 2 |

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