“Syracuse Landmark Seeks Recognition on National Register of Historic Places”
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — A Local Protected Site may soon gain national recognition.
The Greater Syracuse Land Bank is seeking to have the South Presbyterian Church listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Land Bank, which acquired the South Salina and West Colvin St. landmark last fall, hopes the designation will help in attracting a developer to restore the massive building.
If listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the building can be eligible for grants, as well as historic rehabilitation tax credits.
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“Syracuse’s Gothic cottage vacant for 30 plus years is demolished”
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“Syracuse land bank sells 150th property”
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“Syracuse land bank after 2 years: 112 sales, 32 demolitions and a long way to go”
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