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  • A Map of Downtown Syracuse New York

    Syracuse’s Newest
    Old Neighborhoods

    Want to live in a real neighborhood again? How about a flat with a city view? A studio with old-world charm? A spacious loft? You can have it all, Downtown NEW neighborhoods are rising nearby. OLD neighborhoods are coming to life. Downtown, where everything is at your fingertips. Come live Downtown, where you can walk to work, to play, to pray, to grab a bite, to pay a call, to chat with neighbors . . . the way we used to. Dining You want eats? Have we got a menu for you. Spicy Thai. Tasty Italian. Outdoor cafes. Indoor gardens. Fast food. Fine dining. Beer and Burgers. Champagne and Caviar. Museums. The sheer variety will AMAZE you, from the intriguing Erie Canal Museum to the fascinating Onondaga Historical Association. Not to mention the M.O.S.T. (Museum of Science and Technology), and the I.M. Pei creation, the Everson Museum of Art. Jazz & Blues This joint is jumping! The largest free outdoor festivals in the Northeast. Join the swaying crowds on summer nights, right here in Clinton Square. Like your music on the intimate side? Try the clubs and pubs in Armory Square. Theater Curtain up and the choice is dazzling! Experience the Landmark Theatre (a razzle dazzle 1920s movie palace). Broadway plays. Syracuse stage. Puppetry at the Open Hand Theater. Top talent at cozy coffeehouses. Pop stars in concert . . . and more! Shopping Browse the shops in Armory Square. Drop in at the Galleries (right next to the Hotel Syracuse). You’ll find the five-story main branch of the Public Library, and stores, services, spas, shops, and eateries (and the Post Office is just across the street). Oncenter A complex for all reasons: Convention Center

    Dinner next to a lit up fountain in Downtown Syracuse
    Dinner next to the fountain
     
    Words printed on the wall at the Samaritan Center: dignity, food, people, teching, humanity, sharing gifts, character, self-respect, connecting, living.
    Words of a samaritan
     
    Hand sculpture located on the sidewalk in Downtown Syracuse
    A hand sculpture highlighting the culture of
    Downtown Syracuse
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