Econo Lodge Downtown
454 James St.
Syracuse, NY 13203
Phone: (315) 425-0015
Fax: (315) 474-7009
The corner of James Street and Townsend Street in Syracuse is bequeathed with a monumental religious landmark in the form of the First English Lutheran Church. It was founded in the year 1879 and is of great importance to the city. Standing firm for more than a century, it is a fine example of Mission/Spanish Revival Styles of architecture. Sundays are reserved for Bible study that begins at 9:30a and the worship services that are followed thereafter.
St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center has more than 430 beds for advanced treatments and intensive patient care. It was established to provide medical care at reasonable prices to all without any discrimination. It has specialists in pathology, pain management, radiology, childbirth, occupational therapy, cardiac and dialysis among other departments. This hospital also manages a nursing college.
Located in Syracuse, the Hawley-Green Historic District is one of the great areas that feature the beauties of the 19th century homes. The area is filled with beautiful homes that were once owned by the working class population of carpenters, wagon makers, silversmiths, painters, and musicians. Along with being an area of residential homes, the place also featured a commercial area with this site. It features some great architectural styles that is worth a visit whenever present here.
Solvay Bank offers personal and business banking and investment services. Another local branch can be found at 4131 West Genesee Street.
A synergistic and an accommodating parish, River of life Church has pledged itself to the service of the Master and His Creations since more than a decade. Senior pastors and the church's founders, Jean Thornton and Danny Thornton have been an integral part of the Solid Rock Outreach Ministries. They have provided their ministerial services in the neighborhood for more than two decades. The pastors have also donated countless meals to the less privileged through the church's pantry and guided many to understand God's Word and follow His teachings.
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Saint Paul's Episcopal Cathedral is a community church located in the heart of Syracuse's civic and cultural scene. This majestic Gothic structure from 1884, designed by Henry Dudley, towers over downtown and dominates the skyline. It has a weekly schedule of worship, services and events, and is a historic landmark in town. Visitors can take a tour of the church to marvel at its regal features including the beautiful stained glass windows.
The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse. It is situated in a magnificent, stone-walled building, constructed in the 19th Century, with a prominent bell tower and steeple. The navel features high vaults and imposing walls, while the hallowed altar is surrounded by beautiful stained glass windows. This historic church has both a sacred and romantic atmosphere for hosting weddings and it also conducts other sacraments. The passion for music is evident in the choirs and concert programs that invite famous organists and other musicians. The outreach projects are based on providing free clothes, food, shelter, furniture and essential financial and law services to the downtrodden.
Based in Syracuse, NY, Cerio Law Offices provides legal counsel and representation to clients in a range of practice areas.
One of the most prominent churches in the Syracuse city of New York is situated across the East Onondaga Street, in the form of the Plymouth Congregational Church. The ancient church building dates back to 1850s, and impeccably depicts Romanesque Revival style of architecture. It stands as a stellar structure and has been included in the National Register of Historic Places.
The next time you're in downtown Syracuse, don’t forget to stop by the Armory Square Historic District. Officially added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, this neighborhood has it all - swanky restaurants, coffee houses, clothing boutiques, nightlife and even some miscellaneous shops that sell everything from used records to vintage clothing. Armory Square District is also home to the Shot Clock Monument.
Take the 44 mile, 2 hour round trip between Syracuse and Tully.