|Beds||Baths||Rent||Deposit||Unit #||Sq Ft||Lease Length||Available|
|1 Bedroom 1 Bed 1 BR||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$1,750||$1,750||302||1,150 Sq Ft||12 Month Lease||Available Now|
About 110 Montgomery St Syracuse, NY 13202
Completely restored historic building built in 1844 restored in 2014. Well designed space with all amenities. Bamboo flooring. Recess Coffee shop in building. Very comfortable safe surroundings. Stainless farm style sink, SS Fridge, range and d/w Painstakingly restored in every way. 9 camera video system tenants can view from Smart Phones. Highly secure access. Landlord on premises. One Parking spot included. Utilities (Cable, Gas, Electric) tenant responsibility. UNIT 203 Completely restored building listed on National Historic Register in 2014. Built in 1844 and the site of the "Syracuse Speech" in May of 1851 by then Secretary of State, Daniel Webster. Balcony from where he stood on second floor of building. Just across Montgomery Street from City Hall, a castle like building built in 1899. From the entrance to the building, security is top of mind. Key fob and key code access surveilled by a nine camera system accessible by tenants via IPhone, IPad, PC,or Mac anywhere in the world. Elevator controlled access to all four floors. USB ports in Kitchen, Bath, and bedroom. Granite in kitchen and bath. Stainless appliances with Stainless farm type full sink in kitchen. All venting systems vent to outside. Each unit has its own mechanical systems controlled by WI FI thermostat. Large windows with South East exposure bring the outside in. Quiet, private, comfortable living environment. Landlord on premises. Off street parking 60' from entrance. PARKING INCLUDED. Recess Coffee (rated top 24 coffee shops to visit in the country by People Magazine) in building and "The Fish Friar" seafood restaurant on first floor.
Dogs and Cats Allowed
- 12 Months
- •Smoke Free
Neighborhood - Downtown Syracuse
Vibrant and historic Downtown Syracuse is much more than the city's hub. The cobblestone streets, wide sidewalks, and stately brick buildings create a fantastic shopping and dining district, while the neighborhood's proximity to Syracuse University adds a student dynamic. At the heart of Downtown Syracuse, Armory Square -- a large collection of historic warehouses and the armory that's now a museum -- is the city's nightlife hotspot. The Armory contains a large concentration of restaurants and bars as well as several unique shops.
Some of Downtown Syracuse's most beloved landmarks include the Clinton Square Ice Rink, the Museum of Science and Technology, and the historic Landmark Theatre. The ornate theater, decorated in rich red and gold, first opened in 1928. Another landmark, the McCarthy Building, was built in 1894 and is the oldest building in Syracuse.
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Amenities & Expenses
- Smoke Free