Syracuse, N.Y. — A proposed $15.6 million South Avenue revitalization project would bring restaurants, shops and luxury senior apartments to one of the city’s poorest areas.
The Greater Syracuse Land Bank on Tuesday agreed to sell 1.3 acres of property in the 1500 block of South Avenue, between Eastman and Colvin streets on the city’s South Side, for the proposed development.
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