Lincoln Apartments

In early October of 2010 our first large-scale commercial / residential project was completed with the renovation of the Lincoln Building. The Lincoln Building is a complete renovation of the 100-year old, four-story Lincoln Supply Warehouse into 30,000 square feet of mixed-used commercial and residential space. Floors one and two contain first-class office space (both leased already), and floors three and four have been transformed into 10 live/work artist lofts.

The loft-style apartments are all roughly ,1150 square feet and all feature brand new appliances, large work areas, a high-quality kitchen spaces, in-unit washers and dryers. Ample on-site parking is also available. To date 6 of the 10 apartments have already been leased. If interested in leasing an apartment, please Click here to see additional information, and contact us by clicking on the “contact” tab.
The Lincoln Building features several green building technologies, such as energy-efficient geothermal heating and cooling, high efficiency fixtures and appliances, a revolutionary green screen to help cool the building, and storm water retention strategies that eliminate all site water from entering the city and county sewer systems.. The recent techniques in the smart building have been integrated with the traditional setup to ensure a longer life of the foundation, as it is an old building renovated uttermost care has been practiced. Read more here to find out the intricacies of the civil engineering technology used. These are also well furnished and are totally well maintained with overall atmosphere well being for the sake of its resident’s peace of living. The Lincoln Building will apply for LEED certification by the U.S. Green Building Council, and it will join the countless other great—and green—projects taking place all over the neighborhood.

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The Warehouse, Suite 405
350 West Fayette Street
Syracuse, NY 13244-3050
Phone: 315.443-0320
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