Affordable Downtown Living Upstairs from Salt City Market

Salt City Market features 26 brand new apartments, all just an elevator ride above the food hall 

Built by a recently formed non-profit under the Allyn Family Foundation called, Syracuse Urban Partnership, once complete the foundation will occupy space on the second floor. Floors 3-5 will be dedicated to mixed-income housing. There’s also a Community Room that can accommodate social activities or any event.

The project is commitment to affordability with a belief that no more than 30% of your annual income should go toward housing, Salt City Market’s housing component offers financial rental assistance for individuals based on their annual income. While developers are building high rent luxury apartments in downtown Syracuse, Syracuse Urban Partnership is creating an economically diverse ecosystem, the entire building is interactive.

Salt City Market: Restaurant “Food Hall” Concept Opens Friday January 29th in Downtown Syracuse

According to their website, “Nowhere else in Syracuse can you live directly above a full-service grocery store, coffee shop, bar, and your choice of 10 cuisines from around the world.  You’ll never worry about what to do for dinner again!”

The apartments very attractive with all of the amenities downtown dwellers are looking for; stainless steel appliances, large windows, in unit washer and dryer. In addition to being well appointed, there are 6 different configurations of apartments to choose from. Rents for one- and two-bedroom units range from $700 to $1,900 based on the size of the unit and your annual income. Take an Apartments Virtual Tour.