Hampton Inn & Suites Syracuse Erie Blvd/I-690

3017 Erie Boulevard East, Syracuse, New York, 13224, United States
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Moving to Syracuse

by Endgame86

We are moving to Syracuse in few months. What areas should we look at for living?

Thanks

Re: Moving to Syracuse

by kooka3

I'd suggest looking at the Fayetteville-Manlius area. Piggy-backing a bit on the previous post, the F-M school district is excellent. I graduated from there and also worked in the district. The area takes education seriously, so there is a great deal of community and parental support. The school is big enough to offer lots of electives, has amazing art and music programs (art/music students routinely win regional/state competitions), many levels of the core classes from remedial to AP level, good special education and support programs for students with LD issues, etc.

The F-M area also is a safe, pretty area with easy access to the interstates and the city. Fayetteville is probably a bit cheaper than Manlius in terms of house costs and taxes, but I can't swear to this.

The Jamesville-Dewitt area is good as well, also with a good school system (but I have no first hand experience). These towns are all east/southeast of Syracuse within easy commuting distance to downtown.

Baldwinsville and Liverpool are also nice areas with good schools. I know, though, that Liverpool is a huge district (4000 students in the high school w/ 4 buildings. By comparison, F-M has about 1300 students in the HS w/2 buildings). Baldwinsville and Liverpool are N/NW of the city, also easy to commute into the city.

Cazenovia and Chittenango beautiful areas, but are further out to the east, but still about 30 minutes into downtown Syracuse.

Hope this helps a bit. Feel free to write if you have specific areas in mind.

Re: Moving to Syracuse

by mccm333

Hi,

Within the city the best living areas are the upper Northside and the Tipperary Hill neighborhoods.

The most affluent areas near Syracuse are Fayettville ,Manlius and Skaneateles areas.

Crowded suburban areas are Cicero/ North Syracuse, Camillus, and Liverpool areas.

Quaint country living but still not far from the city.....
Jordan/Elbridge, Warners, Baldwinsville and Marcellus areas! Very nice!

Good Luck,

Patrick McCarthy

Travel Tips for Syracuse

Syracuse Art out and about "around the town"

by Upstate1NY

Central New Yorker's are distinguished from their "second cousins", as in New York City type folks, by being as pleasant and tranquil while being cultured as those residents of the southern most New York city are the opposites (and perhaps, thereby, not quite as "cultured" as they would like to believe!!)

In various locations around the city you will see art works on display, created by local artists to suit their mood at the moment or the sense of group cultural mood of Central New York. There is a "standing" display of fiberglass figures on the old train platform that is along side Interstate 690 as it passes through the center of the city. The road way is in fact the old railroad right of way. It passes the old station platforms that I recall departing from and arriving at in the very early 50's when my mother took my brother and I to visit our grand parents in Michigan. The "display" is somewhat flexible depending again on :"the mood" at the moment. Normally they are stark white figures standing either alone or as a small group on the old platform and informally at least titled "Waiting for the Night Train". Occasionally in the "cold depths of winter" one or two of the figures may "sport" a colorful scarf in stark contrast to the white of the season.

Currently I do not have photos of "Waiting for the night train" to post but there is also an artist locally who creates very emotionally "electrifying" art metal figures sometimes arranged in scenes.

I do have some examples of his work..

Visit the Fingerlakes and the...

by chrissyalex

Visit the Fingerlakes and the wineries on Cayuga and Seneca lakes. Lovely scenery and great wine. New York State is the second largest producer of wine in the USA For more information on the Fingerlakes wineries and wine tours, please visit www.cayugawine.com

See the SU Carrier Dome, Green...

by jcharles1

See the SU Carrier Dome, Green Lakes State Park, Burnett Park Zoo. Take a Wine trail trip in the fingerlakes. Going to Syracuse University Grad School and living on the fringe. Parents lived in Syracuse. Watching SU Football and Basketball.

lake Ostega, Cooperstown, NY...

by babi017

lake Ostega, Cooperstown, NY
You can see the Baseball Hall of Fame. Take a walk along the beach of Glimmerglass Lake, or have a brunch at Ostega Resort Hotel All of Upstate NY holds very special memories, because this is where I grew up. To pick just one, would be very difficult. The best way to see this beautiful region of NY, Just get in a car and drive.

Northside Landmark

by donclark

Since I was a kid, I always liked seeing the small red house on top of an old industrial building located on the city's northside. No one lives in the house. I forget why it was built in the first place, but it's now a City landmark.

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Address: 3017 Erie Boulevard East, Syracuse, New York, 13224, United States