More downtown apartments coming to Syracuse as M&T Bank sells historic city building

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — One of the most historic buildings in Syracuse’s Clinton Square will soon have a new tenant. 

According to a release from the developer of the apartments, M&T Bank has sold its Downtown regional campus to a developer located in the nation’s capital for $7,155,000. 

The building at 101 South Salina Street was built in 1896 and now boasts over 120,000 square feet. In a release from M&T Bank, they say the new owners plan to convert most of the building to apartments but leave the first level to retail and office tenants. 

M&T was represented by John L. Clark, SIOR, CRE and Joyce Mawhinney MacKnight of Cushman & Wakefield|Pyramid Brokerage Company. 

Douglas Development specializes in the conversion of property to mixed-use and is active throughout the MidAtlantic. 

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