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Downtown Living Tour

(Below is the 2022 Event)

Online ticket sales are now closed. However, tickets will be available for purchase at the Downtown Committee Information Booth, located in Perseverance Park (216 South Salina Street), from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm on Saturday, September 24. Cash, Check (made payable to the Downtown Syracuse Foundation, or Credit Card will be accepted.

Tour Date: Saturday, September 24, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Tickets: $15 (Free for Children Under 10 Years Old) 

Right now, nearly 5,000 people call Downtown Syracuse home. If you’ve ever been curious about the Downtown lifestyle, The Downtown Committee of Syracuse invites you to “Live Downtown for a Day” at this year’s Downtown Living Tour!

On Saturday, September 24, five different Downtown developments will open their doors for tours – including several Airbnb units available to rent for a weekend of Downtown fun.

All tour attendees will also receive free admission during the tour to each of Downtown’s four museums – the Erie Canal Museum, Everson Museum of Art, Onondaga Historical Association, and the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology (The MOST).

Whether you’re looking to lease a Downtown apartment for a year, or scope out a cool place to spend a weekend on the town, this year’s Downtown Living Tour will deliver glimpses into never-before-seen units at the Gere Building (121 E. Water St.), Montgomery House 315 (311 Montgomery St.), Apartments on Warren (413-417 S. Warren St.), Piper Phillips Residences (227 W. Fayette St.) and Merrell-Soule Lofts in nearby Franklin Square (600 N. Franklin St.).

In addition to highlighting unique residential spaces and Downtown museums, the tour will feature “Downtown Deals” for tour-goers at several local food, drink, and retail establishments.

The Downtown Living Tour is presented by the Downtown Committee of Syracuse, Inc., a private, not-for-profit, professional Downtown management organization, representing all property owners and tenants within the central business district. The tour builds awareness of the importance of residential development as a key element in a vibrant and successful Downtown, and highlights examples of the transformation taking place in Downtown Syracuse.

There will be free on-street parking in the central business district on Saturday, September 24. 


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