115 apartments for rent in Syracuse, NY

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721 N Clinton St, Syracuse, NY 13204
$1,150 | 1 - 2 Beds

(315) 883-8507

Updated 2 weeks ago
511 N State St, Syracuse, NY 13203
$750 - $850 | 1 - 2 Beds

(844) 738-2672

Updated 2 weeks ago
550 S Clinton St, Syracuse, NY 13202
Call for Rent | Studio - 2 Beds

(315) 876-9676

Updated 2 weeks ago
615 James St, Syracuse, NY 13203
$640 - $1,080 | Studio - 2 Beds

(315) 883-8551

Updated 2 weeks ago
Nob Hill Apartments
755-759 N Salina St, Syracuse, NY 13208
$1,100 - $1,550 | 1 - 2 Beds

(315) 352-1812

Updated 2 days ago
300 Audubon Pky, Syracuse, NY 13224
$635 - $835 | 1 - 2 Beds

(315) 352-1782

Updated 3 days ago
220 Herald Pl, Syracuse, NY 13202
Call for Rent | 1 - 2 Beds

(315) 436-4733

Updated 4 days ago
1033 James St, Syracuse, NY 13203
$580 - $595 | Studio

(315) 506-4591

Updated 1 week ago
1 Gordon Pky, Syracuse, NY 13219
$850 | 2 Beds

(315) 876-9832

Updated 1 week ago
Orchard Estates
1072 James St, Syracuse, NY 13203
$600 | Studio - 2 Beds

(315) 876-9678

Updated 1 week ago
525 Plum St, Syracuse, NY 13204
Call for Rent | 1 - 2 Beds

(315) 802-5709

Updated 2 weeks ago
683 E Seneca Tpke, Syracuse, NY 13205
$650 - $875 | 1 - 2 Beds

(315) 352-1791

Updated 2 weeks ago
3888 Vertex Path, Syracuse, NY 13209
$1,275 | 2 Beds

(315) 876-9874

Updated 2 weeks ago
313 E Willow St, Syracuse, NY 13203
$750 - $1,350 | Studio - 2 Beds

(315) 883-8575

Updated 2 weeks ago
2828 James St, Syracuse, NY 13206
$550 - $750 | Studio - 1 Bed

(315) 883-8635

Updated 2 weeks ago
2913-2921 Burnet Ave, Syracuse, NY 13206
$650 - $825 | Studio - 1 Bed

(315) 883-8697

Updated 2 weeks ago
770 James St, Syracuse, NY 13203
$825 - $1,355 | Studio - 3 Beds

(315) 352-1826

Updated 2 weeks ago
214 W Jefferson St, Syracuse, NY 13202
$1,350 - $2,200 | 1 - 2 Beds

(844) 572-9980

Updated 2 weeks ago
101-117 Whedon Rd, Syracuse, NY 13219
$765 - $825 | 1 - 2 Beds

(315) 352-1827

Updated 2 weeks ago
50 Presidential Plz, Syracuse, NY 13202
$750 - $1,875 | Studio - 3 Beds

(315) 802-5760

Updated 2 weeks ago
753 James St, Syracuse, NY 13203
$590 - $865 | Studio - 2 Beds

(315) 352-1780

Updated 2 weeks ago
300 S Salina St, Syracuse, NY 13202
$1,550 - $2,550 | 1 - 3 Beds

(315) 883-8780

Updated 2 weeks ago
2226 Court St, Syracuse, NY 13208
$640 | 2 Beds

(315) 329-6712

Updated 2 weeks ago
1 Clinton Sq, Syracuse, NY 13202
Call for Rent | 1 - 2 Beds

(315) 329-5363

Updated 2 weeks ago
184 Remington Ave, Syracuse, NY 13210
Call for Rent | 1 - 2 Beds

(315) 802-5771

Updated 2 weeks ago


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Syracuse, NY Apartments for Rent

Head, shoulders, knees and shoes? Syracuse, New York is the place to walk amongst the most creative inventions we still use today. Ever tried to find the perfect shoe that fits? Before you do that, everyone knows you have to measure your feet first. Give thanks to Syracusan Charles F. Brannock. He invented the measuring device that tells the shoe salesman what your size is. Syracuse apartments are known for loft-styled units in walking distance to local stores. The temperature in the winter is as low as 20 degrees with plenty of snow! If you want to move in the beautiful apartments they have there, make it happen before the winter!

Besides the chilling facts, the city provides a clean environment to its citizens. You will find eco-friendly Syracuse apartments in this well-kept town. The community is all about global leadership in sustainability and green initiatives. There are tons to do, including art galleries, casinos, museums, and shopping. The outdoor sports include skiing, golfing, boating, hiking, and snowboarding. If you want to be a resident of a city with unique antique markets, flea markets, wineries, nightclubs, and pick-your-own farms, this is the place! Their parks are gorgeous, including Old Erie Canal State Park and Green Lakes State Park. Much of the historical sites, such as the Erie Canal Museum and the Landmark Theatre, are the brand of what Syracuse stands for: uniqueness!

Things to Do in Syracuse:

The wonder of Syracuse is that it is relatively untouched by large corporations, and it has so many gems and history.  Syracuse apartments are surrounded by wonderful food options such as the Beef & Stilton sandwich at the Blue Tusk. The sandwich is compiled with roast beef and stilton cheese; slightly on the spicy side. Take in the surroundings, the atmosphere, the people, and the ridiculous selection of dark beers the Blue Tusk has to offer.

No matter where you live in Syracuse, you will be right next door to die-hard sports fans.  If you’ve ever been to Syracuse, you know that this town eats, sleeps, and breaths Syracuse sports. The town lives for it, and they have one heck of a venue called “The Dome.” Preview anywhere on the SU Hill, paint your face orange; take a walk on Marshall Street. Once inside, you must get a “dome dog!”

When the sun starts to set, the real fun begins. Whether it’s taking in a nice meal, responsibly knocking a few back with fellow roommates, or dancing the night away with locals, the city comes alive after hours. While not every town has a hopping nightlife, Syracuse’s late-night attractions give you good reason to move there, fast!

Want to live in an environment where you can have a blast and a splash? Every year some guys set up a floating spit on the water, while friends come on their boats, jet skis, and canoes, from all over Oneida Lake to take part of boat parties. It’s basically an all-day event, and you’re free to pull up, blast your music, and get some sun.

Movies are a dime a dozen here in Syracuse. If you want to skip Netflix and go out to catch the big screens, the cost is $6 at the Finger Lakes Drive-In for 2 to 3 movies!  Everybody knows someone who knows someone. The Harrison Bakery right across from Sacred Heart Church on Genesee St has the best half-moons and brownies you will ever have in your life. Living in this city, you would have grateful access to Beans Restaurant connected to Steve’s bar, bordering Tip Hill on Milton Avenue.  This little hole in the wall is a hidden gem on Tip Hill, a genuine flavor explosion in your mouth! The food is inexpensive, tasty, visually appealing and the chef comes out to talk to his customers.  If you think there is “nothing” to do in Syracuse, it’s just the weather getting you down. You can snowboard on Labrador Mountain, get your energy back, and live happily in Syracuse.

What to Consider When Moving to Syracuse:

The cost of living in Syracuse is fairly low on average when compared to other large cities in the region, and the average price of rent is low throughout most of Syracuse. This is a great consideration for making a move into your beautiful Syracuse apartment.

From the city’s well-organized neighborhoods and school systems to the employment options and recreational activities available, you’ll find that this is your best choice. You can pack in certainty for your move with knowledge that is needed to make sure everything goes as smoothly as possible.

There are officially 26 distinct neighborhoods located within the city of Syracuse and some of these neighborhoods are comprised of even smaller neighborhoods and districts. Each neighborhood in the city is unique in its own way, and each reflects the culturally diverse population of Syracuse, from a heavy Irish-, Polish- and Ukrainian-American influence on the city’s west side, to a heavy German- and Italian-American influence on the north side.

Syracuse’s neighborhoods have active business districts, including the Downtown area, where Armory Square serves as the city’s main retail and dining area. Other business districts include Eastwood, Little Italy, Butternut Circle, University Hill and Westcott.

The humid continental climate zone within this city is marked by warm summers and very cold winters with a lot of snowfall! In fact, the Syracuse metropolitan area receives more yearly snow on average (128 inches) than any other large city in the United States. While the city experiences lots of precipitation in the winters with frequent snowstorms and blizzards occurring mostly due to its proximity to Lake Erie, the summers are warm with temperatures usually in the 70s and 80s.

Get prepared to furnish your new apartment in Syracuse with ease. Syracuse has an abundance of natural resources like hardwood used for furniture and a huge water supply used by local corporations such as Anheuser-Busch and Bristol-Myers Company.

Why Syracuse Apartments Are Hot:

Whatever your reasons for moving to Syracuse, whether it be for a change of scenery or for employment, the city beckons you with its charm. Syracuse is affordable and filled with fun things to do. This city provides you with that feeling of family and coziness. From your old apartment to this one, you will recognize the difference. After all, “there’s no place like home,” as the saying goes, and the friendly city of Syracuse will quickly feel like home.

Why Syracuse?

  • Eco-friendly Syracuse is a global leader in sustainability and green initiatives.
  • Tons to do, including art galleries, casinos, museums, and shopping.
  • Outdoor sports, including skiing, golfing, boating, hiking, and snowboarding.
  • Antique markets, flea markets, wineries, nightclubs, and pick-your-own farms.
  • Gorgeous parks, including Old Erie Canal State Park and Green Lakes State Park.
  • Historical sites, such as the Erie Canal Museum and the Landmark Theatre.

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