18 apartments for rent in Valley, Syracuse, NY

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101 Lafayette Rd, Syracuse, NY 13205
$663 - $1,137 | 1 - 3 Beds

(315) 876-9865

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300 Mains Ave, Syracuse, NY 13207
$620 - $720 | 2 Beds

(315) 876-9936

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Nob Hill Apartments
122 W Seneca Turnpike, Syracuse, NY 13205
$732 - $801 | 2 Beds
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242 Seneca Dr, Syracuse, NY 13205
$550 | 2 Beds
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161 Ballantyne Rd, Syracuse, NY 13205
$730 | 2 Beds
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Valley Neighborhood in Syracuse, NY

Valley Neighborhood

Welcome to the Valley! This popular Syracuse neighborhood is situated in Onondaga County, south of Downtown Syracuse. I-81 runs along the east side of the city, while Broad Road is along the west side. Dorwin Avenue forms the neighborhood border to the south, and West Matson Avenue is the northern border. Onondaga Creek runs through the heart of the neighborhood.

If you are moving to a Valley apartment with kids, the neighborhood is home to some fantastic schools. Elementary schools include Frank G. McCarthy, Meachem, Van Duyn, and Rockwell. The local middle schools include Expeditionary Learning, Clary Math/Science Magnet School, and Danforth Magnet School. For high schools, the area is near Corcoran, Central Tech Vocational Center, or Sidney Johnson High. For college, Syracuse University is no more than a few miles to the north of Valley.

When you move to an apartment in the Valley, you’ll be able to enjoy a variety of neighborhood parks. Rand Track Park and Heath Park are situated on the west and east respectively. Golfers will appreciate living in a Valley apartment because it is flanked by Lafayette Country Club and Bellevue Country Club.

The Valley has some fantastic shops and restaurants, such as Valley Plaza Shopping Center, Marshall Square, and Galleries of Syracuse. Your new Valley apartment will also be near several museums, including  theEverson Museum of Art of Syracuse and Onondaga and the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology.

The Valley has its share of arts and culture, including Westcott Theatre, Syracuse Stage, and Appleseed Productions. Downtown Syracuse is less than four miles north of the Valley and is home to the historic Landmark Theatre.

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