The site consists of 17.6 acres with over 750 feet of frontage in a growing retail area, and has almost 30,000 cars per day passing this site. This transitional corridor also connects Erie Blvd and interstate 690 with the NYS Thruway and the busy Hotel District making it ideal for a multitude of uses. The site is truly shovel ready with municipal water, sewer, electric and gas with access to 34,500 v power makes high tech manufacturing also a possibility.
241 Farrell Road, is a 480,000 ± square foot industrial property offering multiple opportunities for sale and lease, located at the junction of Farrell Road at John Glenn Boulevard, Syracuse, NY, less than one mile from Interstate 690 at NY State Thruway/I-90 interchange.
Commercial Property for Sale Lease in Syracuse NY
SYRACUSE AREA PROFILE
Syracuse, Central New York s major metropolitan center, has been appropriately called the Crossroads of New York State due to its central location and New York State s two major interstate routes the east-west New York State Thruway (Interstate 90) and north-south Interstate 81 intersect here. In proximity to Syracuse, NY, there are 136 million people within a 750 mile radius, and is within 350 miles of all major cities within the US Northeast.
Central New York’s abundance of natural resources supports numerous industries and year-round tourist and recreational activities. Lake Ontario, the Finger Lakes and Oneida Lake provide opportunities for a variety of water sports. Winter weather attracts alpine and Nordic skiers and snowmobilers to the region. Art galleries and museums such as the nationally known Everson Museum of Art, winery tours, numerous music and cultural festivals, the Burnet Park Zoo, Syracuse Symphony Orchestra, the Carrier Dome, NBT Bank Stadium, and the annual New York State Fair are just a few of the area’s many attractions. Additionally, the City of Syracuse has been highly rated by national publications for outstanding quality of life, suitability for families and as a highly desirable place to live. Most recently, Forbes ranked Syracuse the fourth best place to raise a family with 89% of young adults having high school degrees.
College and universities in the Syracuse area include Syracuse University, LeMoyne College, SUNY Upstate Medical University, the College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Onondaga Community College, SUNY Empire State College, Cazenovia College, Morrisville College and Bryant Stratton College. Overall, there are 44 private and state colleges within the Greater Syracuse Region, with a combined enrollment of over 215,000 students.
The Syracuse area is home a number of diverse companies that lead their respective industries such as O Brien and Gere, Carrier Corporation, Bristol Meyers Squib, Lockheed Martin, National Grid, L. J.G. Stickley, Inc. United Parcel Service, Welch Allyn. Verizon, AXA Equitable Life Insurance, Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield of New York, Anheuser Busch Companies, The Bank of New York, Time Warner Cable, Sensis and Syracuse Research Corporation.
Business incubators such as the Syracuse Technology Garden, along with the opening of the Syracuse Center of Excellence, position the Syracuse area for positive growth and new opportunities with the increase of new start-up ventures.
Upstate University Hospital, also home to the newly built Galisano Children s Hospital, as well as St. Joseph s Hospital Health Center, Crouse Hospital and the Syracuse VA Hospital contribute significantly to area employment.
Cities and Counties
The Central New York area includes Onondaga, Oswego, Cayuga and Cortland Counties. Major Cities include:
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