There’s No Place Like Home!

As a busy real estate team, we see a lot of people come and a lot of people go. Whether an incoming professor starting a job at SU, or life long residents looking to relocate to warmer climates, we’ve helped hundreds of buyers find a new or first home and hundreds of sellers transition to […]

Thanksgiving – Syracuse Style

Hard to believe that Thanksgiving is upon us – but busy supermarket parking lots and frantic pie making remind us it is so. Whether serving dozens at home, or traveling dozens of miles, the pre-dinner bustle, the satiated completion of a shared meal, and the long weekend with family is what I’m thankful for. If […]

SYRACUSE SAYS “YES” TO EDUCATION

George Weiss, the founder of Say Yes to Education was a sophomore in college when his University of Pennsylvania fraternity held a Christmas party for some inner-city 12 year olds.  Struck by their struggles and determination, Weiss went on to organize a program built to “combine an early incentive of college education with high quality […]

City Gardens Inspire and Raise Money

Thornden Park is one of Syracuse’s jewels – and if you’ve never visited the park, strolled through the Mills Rose Garden or watched Shakespeare performed in the Amphitheatre then you are truly missing out on what a city green-space is all about.  From the laughter of children swimming in the pool to the scent of […]

Syracuse University Neighborhood Street Closing

A steam line replacement project along Comstock Avenue will begin next month and will affect traffic in the University neighborhood during the summer months. On Monday, May 11th, the contractor will be closing Comstock Avenue from Euclid Avenue