Since day one, Terakeet has called Armory Square home.
A thriving downtown and aspiring tech hub features unique restaurants, bars and eclectic shops available to you from Monday lunch break to Friday happy hour.
Between the New York State Fair, the Taste of Syracuse festival and the beaches, lakes, hiking trails and skiing opportunities surrounding the city, Syracuse offers plenty of entertainment all year round.
The economical cost of living, nationally ranked high schools and easy access to the suburbs make Syracuse the picture-perfect place to call home.
Our diverse community lets you enjoy the best of city living with a small-town feel in Syracuse.
Syracuse plays host to great sports teams, and Terakeet’s sports fans enjoy Syracuse University’s national athletics programs, Mets AAA baseball and Crunch AAA hockey.
New York City and Boston are great, but living there, you can get lost. Syracuse is sample size. It’s a city with everything in close proximity – from underground music and art to great food, all within walking distance. And you feel like a significant part of the community.
That’s what I love about Syracuse. It’s where I feel most at home.
Syracuse is a hidden gem — we have great local farmers, so you can eat fresh all the time. You can go to the farmers’ market and buy local produce. You can support local breweries. You can have that urban setting in the downtown area, and then you can go 10 minutes east to hike in Green Lakes or 45 minutes to Ithaca Falls. You’re not confined to the city as you would be in bigger metro areas, and for me, that is a perfect balance.
Syracuse lies only four hours from Boston, NYC, Toronto and Philadelphia for short weekend trips or vacations.
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Still not convinced Syracuse is a great place to live and work? See more of the city happenings at VisitSyracuse.com.
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