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Finley Student Center

133rd St./Convent Ave, South Campus, City College of New York
New York City NY United States

Construction Dates
Floor Count5
Basement Floors2
Building Uses
 - education
 - conference
 - restaurant
 - university
Structural Types
 - lowrise
 - clock
 - dome
Architectural Style
 - chateau
 - romanesque
 - stone
 - wood
 - brick

Architect: William Schickel

- This building, originally built by Manhattanville College, was purchased along with the rest of the old Manhattanville campus by City College. In 1969, during a student rebellion, Finley was burned and the Aronow Theater within was heavily damaged. It was demolished in 1985.

- A small, underutilized one storey section of this building remained discreetly behind Aaron Davis Hall. It was the boiler plant, and was officially designated "Building 35" by CCNY. It was demolished for a new science building.

- A hill on the site of the building is in fact partially hollow; a glance down one of the few small holes on it reveals a drop of about ten feet. This is likely part of the subcellar.

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