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Posted 03.15.12 | PERMALINK | ESSAY

Julia Czerniak, and Joe Sisko: UPSTATE: Design, Research, Real Estate



SALT Complex, Connective Corridor
The corridor's western terminus is the SALT Complex, a public/private project under construction in one of the city’s most challenging neighborhoods, the Near Westside. This redevelopment of an abandoned industrial warehouse will be the new urban home for WCNY, the regional PBS station, and for ProLiteracy, an adult literacy organization. [Concept developed with Koning Eizenberg Architecture]

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ABOUT THE ESSAY

UPSTATE: Design, Research, Real Estate
On Places, a profile of UPSTATE, the urban design center at the Syracuse University School of Architecture, including an interview with directors Julia Czerniak and Joe Sisko and a slideshow of projects.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Julia Czerniak is an Associate Professor of Architecture at Syracuse University and the inaugural Director of UPSTATE: A Center for Design, Research and Real Estate.
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Joe Sisko is the Assistant Director of UPSTATE: A Center for Design, Research and Real Estate and teaches classes at the Syracuse University School of Architecture.
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