“Syracuse couple is getting ready to give a historic church the royal treatment”
(Localsyr.com, Feb 18, 2021)Read Article
“A historic Syracuse church is about to get a royal upgrade as ‘The Castle’”
(By Sunny Hernandez, Syracuse.com, August 14, 2020)Read Article
“They’re buying a quirky Syracuse mansion for $25K. They want to spend nearly $2M to fix it up.”
(Rick Moriarty, Syracuse.com, September 10, 2021)Read Article
“Syracuse sees significant and sustained drop in vacant homes”
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) The City of Syracuse is experiencing significant and sustained declines in vacant housing.
Since 2017, the City has seen the number of vacant residential properties drop by 12.3%.
The City’s Department of Neighborhood and Business Development estimates that in 2015, there were 1,886 vacant residential properties in the City.
That number has dropped by nearly 400, representing a total decline in vacant residential structures of nearly 21% during the five year period to date.
(July 18, 2019)Read Article
“Syracuse Land Bank Opens Bidding for First “Deconstructions””
(By Hannah Warren & Scott Willis, waer.org, July 10, 2014)Read Article
“Developers plan $4.8 million facelift for Addis building, where broken window fell”
(By Tim Knauss, syracuse.com, July 8, 2014)Read Article
“Syracuse developers to renovate long-vacant downtown Goldberg building”
(By Tim Knauss, syracuse.com, May 20, 2014)Read Article
“Local Students Receive National Award for Design of New Home for a Land Bank-Owned Property”
(SUNY ESF Headlines, May 8, 2014)Read Article
“Home Rehabs Get A Boost”
(By Brian Sharp, http://www.democratandchronicle.com, March 24, 2014)Read Article
“Syracuse land bank to try deconstucting old homes instead of demolishing”
(By Ellen Abbott, wrvo.org, March 17, 2014)Read Article