Apartments in Ithaca’s Northeast neighborhood are ideal for residents who want an affordable alternative to living directly in the city. Much like Cayuga Heights, the Northeast neighborhood is distinctly suburban, with winding streets and tree-filled yards.

Our Northeast Apartments in Ithaca

C.S.P. manages several rentals in the Northeast neighborhood. Properties managed by C.S.P. include one of largest apartment buildings in the Northeast area, as well as individual apartment rentals.

Uptown Village Apartments

The Uptown Village community consists of forty-eight spacious townhome units, with 1- and 2-bedroom floor plans. First-floor apartments have attached yards with patios; second-floor apartments have balconies. Uptown Village is a great community to live in: close enough to Cornell and Downtown Ithaca to be convenient; at enough of a distance from the city center to enjoy the more relaxed suburban setting.

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Individual Rentals in Ithaca’s Northeast Neighborhood

  • 201A Highgate – One half of a duplex.
  • 201B Highgate – One half of a duplex.

Where is the Northeast Neighborhood in Ithaca?

The Northeast neighborhood sits above Cayuga Heights, roughly along Hanshaw Road and Renwick Brook. Sapsucker Woods forms its eastern boundary; Route 13 curves around the neighborhood to the north, and along its western edge.

Northeast Neighborhood Attractions

  • Triphammer Marketplace shops and restaurants – This local shopping center has twenty-six individual shops, offering a wide variety of products and services. Ithaca Bakery has a second location here, selling breakfast and lunch sandwiches as well as baked goods. Ithaca Beer Company also has a second location at the Marketplace, which includes its craft-beer tavern. Green Cast serves pan-Asian grab-and-go food; The Rose is a casual hometown restaurant — great for grabbing a burger or prime rib. The Marketplace also has a laundromat, a barber shop, a hardware store, and a drug store, plus a number of specialty shops.
  • Cornell Lab of Ornithology – While the Lab of Ornithology is home to one of the top research centers in the world for bird studies and conservation science, it’s also a great spot to take a walk — even for those who aren’t serious birdwatchers. The Lab of O has a public welcome center for visitors interested in learning more about the region’s local winged wildlife; a stroll around the four-mile trail loop is great way to get some fresh air and spot some local wildlife.
  • The Shops at Ithaca Mall – Just north of Route 13, the Ithaca Mall has a standard selection of department stores, including a Regal Cinemas theater and a Planet Fitness gym.