South East GATEWAY Neighborhood Design Plan evolved from meetings over two
years with business and community leaders. It was developed by the Urban
Design Center of Syracuse, a not for profit planning organization of
Architects and Landscape Architects, working at times with the Schools of
Architecture and Landscape Architecture of Syracuse University and SUNY
Environmental Sciences and Forestry, respectively.
presents a vision for a new neighborhood commercial & residential center
and corridor, creating a place where people will want to live, work and
shop – a cultural place abounding with a
variety of music and ethnic influences.
utilizes planning principles of traditional town and city neighborhood
commercial centers like North Salina Street, Eastwood and Harlem. It
utilizes a mixed-use blend of businesses, stores and restaurants with
residential and office space on the upper floors.
commercial center should not only become a convenient pace to dine and
shop, it should also be a desirable place to live.