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58 apartments for rent near Syracuse, NY

Last updated February 23 at 1:44AM
109 Center St
Solvay
Syracuse, NY
Updated February 21 at 5:53PM
3 Bedrooms
$925
531 Westmoreland Avenue
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated November 17 at 6:27AM
3 Bedrooms
$995
400 Ivy Ridge Rd
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated February 22 at 5:50PM
2 Bedrooms
$725
701 Ackerman Avenue
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated January 22 at 9:12AM
6 Bedrooms
$3,500
205 Cambridge Street
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated February 11 at 6:18AM
1 Bedroom
$800
1311 Madison Street
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated December 26 at 11:43AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
315 Hawley Ave
Downtown
Syracuse, NY
Updated January 27 at 1:54AM
Studio
$600
1054 Lancaster Avenue
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated February 8 at 8:17AM
4 Bedrooms
$1,700
3916 E Genesee St
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated February 22 at 5:50PM
4 Bedrooms
$1,950
740 S Beech St
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated January 6 at 1:35AM
1 Bedroom
$550
125 Lincoln Park Dr
Northside
Syracuse, NY
Updated February 23 at 1:44AM
2 Bedrooms
$800
825 Westcott St
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated February 20 at 5:44PM
2 Bedrooms
$900
825 Westcott St
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated February 23 at 1:44AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,125
2800 Genesee Street East
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated February 4 at 4:19AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
821 E Fayette St
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated February 20 at 5:44PM
2 Bedrooms
$995
821 E Fayette St
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated February 20 at 5:44PM
3 Bedrooms
$1,050
823 Westcott St
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated February 21 at 1:50AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
740 S Beech St
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated February 21 at 1:50AM
5 Bedrooms
$2,000
969 Lancaster Avenue
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated November 15 at 12:54PM
6 Bedrooms
$1,350
614 Ackerman Avenue & Clarendon
Eastside
Syracuse, NY
Updated October 1 at 4:54AM
5 Bedrooms
$2,500
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City Guide
Syracuse
‘Cuse me

This central New York city of 145,000, like other cities in the state of New York, is constantly overshadowed by the New York City, but Syracuse has something to offer the world. The average rent here is a paltry $650, meaning that you can bunk down for the winter in a cozy habitation for far less than many other places (New York City, I’m looking at you) and enjoy the beautiful spring and summer months to your frugal heart’s content.

Neighborhoods

University Hill is located southeast of downtown. Apartments and townhouses in this area will go for a steal at around $750 for a two-bedroom.

Located just east of University Hill, Westcott Street, between Beech and Dell, hosts the area’s commerce and contains an independent bookstore, thrift stores, coffee shops, and bars. Housing here is mostly single-family historic homes and duplexes, but this very desirable area is still a bargain at around $350-$400 per bedroom, depending on how nice the house is. Community Garden space is also available.

Eastwood is, as the name implies, on the east side of town and is often referred to as the “village within the city”. Mega-popular James Street lined with shops and restaurants decidedly lends a quaint, small-town feel to the area. Housing is a bit more varied here in that you can find more apartment complexes and townhomes in addition to single-family homes. There are also more converted one-bedroom apartments available, too, for around $550 each or two-bedrooms for $600-$700. A three-bedroom home will go for around $950.

Downtown Syracuse is currently doing what other cities with flagging industries are doing: redecorating. The historical buildings and warehouses it left behind are undeniably cool. City officials have jumped on the revitalization bandwagon and are currently renovating historical properties and converting them into chic lofts and condos. It’s currently divided into Armory Square, Hanover Square, Downtown East and Heart of Downtown and, when considered together, these areas provide all the amenities for posh urban living. Unfortunately, a one-bedroom loft will run around $1000 and $2000 for a two-bedroom condo. It’s not cheap, but it sure is pretty.

As for the ‘burbs, Manlius and Fayetteville are the runaway favorites. Fayetteville is just outside of Syracuse and boasts plenty of its own commerce, but Manlius is more of a bedroom community and going out to dinner will probably mean going into Syracuse proper. Homes are very white-picket-fence-y and affordable at around $1200 for a four-bedroom, ranging up to $2500 for newer, more luxuriously outfitted varieties.

Snow can’t scare me. You’ll see.

Finding a place to stay is relatively easy. The only major caveat is to verify if your new abode has the utilities (i.e. heat) included in the monthly rent as that can make a massive difference when the temperature drops to fifteen degrees and three feet of snow blankets the ground, as it tends to do in this part of the world. Also similar to the rest of this area, Syracuse has a very decent bus system, but the majority of people here rely on cars for their sole transportation. As long as you’ve got snowshoes and a great internal thermostat, Syracuse offers up just about anything for your taste and budget (except palm trees), so get out there and find your winter wonderland while you can still see the rooftops!

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