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501 James Street


Mixed-Use Historic Gem: A blend of historic and modern office space

in a storied setting.

Asking Price


Rise into the transformative potential of the iconic 501 James Street


  • Abundant Parking

  • Located Near Downtown Syracuse

  • Ideal For Innovative Redevelopment

  • The historic First English Lutheran Church was designed and built in 1911 by Archimedes Russell invites a dive into history and potential

  • Innovative Potential: Zoning under the Citywide ReZone Program encourages diverse uses -from apartments and educational spaces to entertainment and healthcare facilities. The ReZone Syracuse MX-4 zoning opens doors for creative uses, from trendy lofts to innovative workspaces

  • Central Location:  Located at the corner of James and Townsend Streets in Syracuse, this property offers a strategic locale amidst an evolving urban tapestry. Close to Syracuse's vibrant downtown hub, arts districts, and cultural epicenters, offering an engaging lifestyle and consumer base

  • Investment Opportunity: With potential historic tax credits for redevelopment, this property offers an enticing prospect for visionary investors

  • Square Footage Maximized: Over 26,000 SF of space provides ample room for grand ideas or extensive operations

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