The Loews Landmark Building was designed by renowned architect Thomas Lamb as one of a series of “Beaux Art Entertainment Palaces” built by the Loews family which coupled a prominent cinema theater with an office building. Completed in 1928, the office building consists of eight stories with approximately 70,000 square feet, including 10,000 square feet of retail space wrapping around both the office building and the theater.
The property was purchased in 2000 by Robert Doucette and Richard deVito with the concept of redeveloping the building into the first mixed use property in the heart of Downtown Syracuse, which now consist of 24 residential condominiums.The units have just been approved as an “effective condominium” and the first unit closed in April of 2007. The developers will be creating six more units on the 5th floor to be ready for occupancy in 2018.
Each unit boasts hardwood floors in the living, dining and kitchen areas with carpeting in the bedrooms and enclosed dens. All the units have stainless steel kitchen appliances and clothes washers and dryers. The units all have unique layouts and views of the city.
Loews 708 – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA
108 West Jefferson Street