Syracuse is most famous for the private university bearing its name, but its history goes back to the 18th Century when it was known as "The Salt City" due to its primary industry. The city has many neighborhoods that were originally independent villages that joined the city over time. Home to employers such as SUNY Upstate Medical Hospital, St. Joseph's Hospital and National Grid, it's the perfect place to settle down with a quick and easy commute to work, entertainment, and dining.
From Destiny USA, one of the largest malls in the US, to Armory Square, the home of some of the best restaurants in the area and a vibrant nightlight, to the Westcott neighborhood, with its proximity to Syracuse Univeristy providing a diversity of restaurants, retail, and cafe; Syracuse offers a wide variety of entertainment within minutes of home.
Syracuse has easy access to Rt 81 and the New York State Thruway as well as the Erie Canal.