Home for some lucky people is the neighborhood of Eastwood in the city of Syracuse, NY. To find homes for sale in Syracuse's Eastwood Neighborhood click here.
Eastwood's residential area is dominated by one and two-family homes and comprised of many early to mid 20th Century bungalow style houses. This neighborhood has a strong sense of community, and its nickname is “the village within the city.” The Palace movie theatre, a Syracuse icon, is located in this neighborhood. This theatre has recently been restored and serves not only as a movie theatre, but also a community facility. There is also a major neighborhood retail plaza on Grant Boulevard, and a vital business district on James Street. Sunnycrest is a medium-sized park providing space for many types of active recreation, including a 400 meter track, softball fields, a 9-hole golf course, and tennis and basketball courts along with a children's play area.
Eastwood started out as a village, and a number of its residents would like to maintain its village atmosphere. For the sake of our community's economic, social and physical health, this neighborhood encourages smart growth and pedestrian-friendly development in a walkable, sustainable community as outlined, in part, in the James Street Overlay District Zoning Standards and the Syracuse Comprehensive Plan.
Today the neighborhood still has a strong sense of community, and its nickname is "the village within the city." Eastwood's main retail corridor is along James Street, which still boasts a village-like atmosphere that many neighborhood residents are working to preserve. The neighborhood is also home to the Palace Theatre completed in 1924. It serves as not only a movie theatre but also as a facility for the community.
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