The Centro Transit Hub is now open at South Salina, South Warren and Adams Street. The $18.8 million facility has a climate-controlled waiting area and dedicated bus bays to enhance the rider experience.
Upstate Medical University opened Geneva Tower for occupancy today. The $28 million renovation of the former Townsend Tower created 139 student apartments.
Downtown Syracuse is at the center of more than $1.4 billion in capital investments being made throughout Syracuse, with $265 million currently being invested in downtown Syracuse.
Welcome to the Downtown Syracuse Development Showcase! This is your source for information on development projects in Downtown Syracuse. This website is a project of the Downtown Committee of Syracuse, Inc., a private, not-for-profit, professional downtown management organization, representing all property owners and tenants within the area bound by Interstate 81, Interstate 690, Onondaga Creek, and Adams Street.
This showcase was created to promote the vast number of developments taking place in the region, whether it's adaptive reuse of downtown's historic building stock for residential, commercial office or retail uses, or for hotel renovations. There is $180 million in development currently being invested into downtown Syracuse.
Downtown Syracuse thrives as an exciting, vibrant place to work, live, shop and be entertained. Here you can find out the details about developments taking place in the district!