Fall Creek apartments are some of the most sought-after in Ithaca — ideal for those looking to be close to the energy of Ithaca’s Downtown neighborhood while living in a quieter, more relaxed setting. Ithaca’s true small-town nature is on full display in Fall Creek. The neighborhood is characterized by quiet, tree-lined streets; cozy, historic houses with old-fashioned front porches; parks, streams, and even a waterfall. Fall Creek can feel like a completely different city from the rest of Ithaca, but it’s only a short walk away from many of the most popular neighborhoods.
Our Fall Creek Apartments in Ithaca
CSP Management provides rental services for several apartments in Fall Creek, including:
- 825 N. Aurora St. – 4 units; (2) 1BR, (2) 2BR
- 909 N. Cayuga St. – 5 units; (4) 1BR, (1) 2BR
- 321 E. Falls St. – 4 units; (3) 1BR, (1) 2BR
- 311 Farm St. – (1) 5BR unit
- 313 Farm St. – (1) 6BR unit
- 144 Linn St. – Single-family home
Where is Fall Creek?
The Fall Creek neighborhood in Ithaca is north of Downtown, at the foot of East Hill, just west of the University Avenue neighborhood. The neighborhood begins at Cascadilla St./Ave. and extends north to Fall Creek and Route 13. Cascadilla Creek forms its western boundary; to the east, it includes Linn Street, and ends at the base of the hill.
It sits across Cascadilla Creek from the Northside neighborhood, and below the Cayuga Heights neighborhood to the north.
Fall Creek Attractions
- Ithaca Falls – Sightseers visiting the area will sometimes overlook Ithaca Falls: it seems unlikely for one of tallest and most dramatic waterfalls in the state to be hidden away in a quiet neighborhood. For residents of Fall Creek, it’s a backyard treasure, giving the neighborhood a special energy.
- Lincoln Street bars and restaurants – Lincoln Street Diner, NorthStar House, and the Fall Creek House (a.k.a. The Creeker) are all popular spots for food and drinks; these establishments all have a laid-back, blue-collar vibe, echoing the neighborhood’s connection to the old mills that once drew power from Ithaca Falls.
- Hickey’s Music Building – The former Ithaca Calendar Clock Factory now houses an eclectic mix of businesses. In addition to Hickey’s Music Center, there’s a yoga studio, an instrument repair shop, and an acupuncturist, plus private studios for artists and small businesses.
- Auburn and Thompson parks – These two triangular pocket parks are popular spots for families with children, dog owners, frisbee players, and anyone looking to enjoy some open green space.
- Gimme! Coffee – Gimme’s Cayuga Street cafe is the original location of Ithaca’s favorite local coffeeshop, which has since grown into a national brand. Gimme is deeply committed to both exceptional coffee and local community; this is one of the most popular gathering spots in the neighborhood.