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  • Economic Development Incentives
         
        Syracuse Industrial Development Agency (SIDA)
        The Agency provides a variety of financial incentives to larger projects including exemptions from property, sales, use and mortgage recording taxes, and bond financing. Learn More
         
        Syracuse Economic Development Corporation (SEDCO)
        SEDCO provides low interest, fixed‐asset financing up to $50,000 for the acquisition of land, buildings, or rehabilitation of real property, or equipment. Learn More
         
      Syracuse Local Development Corporation (SLDC)
        The SLDC is a corporation established in 2010 for the purpose of issuing tax‐exempt bonds for civic facility projects for colleges and universities, medical and research institutions, and other non‐profit organizations in the City of Syracuse. Learn More
         
        City of Syracuse Department of Assessment
        The Department of Assessment can provide exemptions on commercial and mixed‐use (residential‐commercial) projects. Learn More
         
        Onondaga County Green Improvement Fund (GIF)
        As part of the County’s “Save the Rain” initiative, the program offers grants of up to $100,000 for individual projects or $250,000 for applicants with multiple projects. Learn More
         
        Connective Corridor Façade Improvement Program (FIP)
        The Connective Corridor FIP is a reimbursable program providing funding assistance to improve the physical and aesthetic conditions of properties along the Connective Corridor. The maximum award is $25,000 per property. Learn More
         
        Connective Corridor Hospitality Enterprise Fund (CCHEF)
        Funding is available to stimulate the development of new and existing restaurants and retail enterprises in Syracuse. Learn More
         
        The Greater Syracuse Business Development Corporation (GSBDC)
        GSBDC provides non‐conventional funding in the form of long‐term loans with fixed interest rates and low down payments to small businesses throughout New York. Learn More
         
        New York Business Development Corporation (NYBDC)
        NYBDC works with its lending partners, including the SBA and the Empire State CDC: The 504 Company, to provide loans to small businesses. Learn More
         
        National Grid
        The Utility provides a number of programs offering assistance in site development, urban revitalization, infrastructure assistance, energy efficiency, and productivity improvement. Learn More
         
        New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)
        NYSERDA offers incentives for the purchase and installation of energy‐efficient equipment that reduces electric energy consumption in new and substantially renovated buildings. Learn More
         
        NYS Consolidated Funding Application (CFA)
        The CFA is a single application for multiple sources of state funding, intended to streamline the grant application process and advance the priorities of the Regional Economic Development Councils. Learn More
         
        NY Job Development Authority (JDA)
        The JDA provides financing for the growth of manufacturing, distribution, warehousing and certain service businesses by providing direct loans to acquire and develop buildings, and purchase machinery and equipment. Learn More
         
        Rev. 11-12-2012
 
       
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