Posts Tagged ‘Midtown’

SIF Look Book

Friday, July 13th, 2018

Midtown

SIF Look Book

Sunday, June 10th, 2018

Midtown/University Hill

Urban Mobility

Monday, May 21st, 2018

May is Bike Month

Syracuse Architectural Digest

Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

Onward March

Friday, March 31st, 2017
Comedy and Chill

The Comedy & Chill series at Dolce Vita has provided some much needed stability as the Midtown neighborhood undergoes another massive transition. Liberty Deli and the Crogan Building were recently demolished to make way for more student housing. Pictured here areĀ comics James Fedkiw, Kelsey Claire Hagen, Abdulkadir Hadi, and organizer John Leonard Bellavia. Hopefully, the laughs and series will continue.

Throwback Thursday

Thursday, January 26th, 2017
True Story: We once interviewed artist Juan Cruz inside the former Brennan Motor Complex on Townsend Street (2003) . The building is in the process of being demolished.

True Story: We once interviewed artist Juan Cruz inside the former Brennan Motor Complex on Townsend Street (2003). The building is in the process of being demolished.

Brennan Motor Complex exterior (today)

Brennan Motor Complex exterior (today)

Neighborhood in Transition (part 23)

Thursday, November 3rd, 2016
Alan Rothschild gave a detailed history of businesses and demographic changes in his history of the East Genesee Street business district during a meeting at the Community Folk Art Center on Tuesday.

Alan Rothschild gave a detailed history of civic improvements in Midtown during an East Genesee Regents Association meeting at the Community Folk Art Center on Tuesday.

Rothschild, who owned a medical supply business along East Genesee Street, also runs The Rothschild Petersen Patent Model Museum. The Museum is the largest privately-owned collection of United States patent models in the world, containing over 4000 patent models and related documents.

Below check out the audio clip of University Hill Corporation President David Mankiewicz give a short history of some of the hits and misses from the neighborhood’s development since 1990.

Syracuse Architectural Digest: Street Level Design

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016
712 East Fayette Street (Almond Corridor)

712 East Fayette Street (Almond Corridor)

Syracuse Architectural Digest: On The Sly

Tuesday, February 16th, 2016

Here is a great write-up by Rick Moriarty about one of the city’s most under appreciated architectural gems.

Capture the Cuse (XXXVII)

Wednesday, August 5th, 2015
New Growth: Connective Corridor

New Growth: Connective Corridor