Peak’s Syracuse project is a 601-bed community that will serve students of Syracuse University. The project is located two blocks from the Syracuse University campus on Genesee Street which is the primary east-west corridor between the University and downtown Syracuse. The project will consist of studio, one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom apartments that come fully-furnished with top-of-the-market finishes including granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, hardwood-style flooring and upgraded lighting and cabinetry. An abundant amenity package will be offered, including a fitness center, hot tub, business center, study/conference areas, game room, package locker system and ample parking and bike storage.
"This project fits perfectly into our Peak development strategy and our mission to deploy significant capital in high value assets. This is an incredible site at a premier institution."
- Jeff Githens President | Development
6 Story Mid-Rise Building 601 Beds
256 Parking Spaces
6,700 sq. ft. of Ground Floor Retail
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