Address

431 East Fayette Street, Suite 100
Syracuse, NY 13202

Hours

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Email

info@cnycf.org

Phone

315.422.9538

Fax

315.471.6031

 

Parking Directions

Absolutely no parking is allowed in the Joseph’s at the Carriage House lot. Your vehicle will be towed.

Parking Map

Metered street parking is allowed on East Fayette, East Washington and East Genesee Streets.

There are a limited number of parking spaces available in our private lot. Enter from Fayette or Townsend Streets, but please do not park in spots reserved for Philanthropy Center tenants. Absolutely no parking is allowed in the Joseph’s at the Carriage House lot next door. Your car will be towed.

An hourly surface lot is located one block behind the building. You may enter on East Washington Street, next to Jazz Central.

 

Driving Directions

Address: 431 East Fayette Street, Syracuse, 13202

Take Interstate 81 south to the Harrison /Adams St. exit. At the base of the exit ramp, turn right on Harrison Ave. (one way west). Take the first right onto Townsend St. Continue on Townsend St. until the E. Fayette intersection. Turn left into Philanthropy Center parking lot from Townsend St. (pass the intersection). Additional parking instructions above.

Take Interstate 81 north to the Harrison/Adams St. exit. Continue through two stoplights, turning left at the second light (Harrison Street). Continue on Harrison Street (one way west), then take first right onto Townsend St. Continue on Townsend St. until the E. Fayette intersection. Turn left into Philanthropy Center parking lot from Townsend St. (pass the intersection). Additional parking instructions above.

Exit the NYS Thruway at Interstate 81 (exit 36). Take Interstate 81 south to the Harrison/Adams Street exit. At the base of the exit ramp, turn right on Harrison Ave. (one way west). Take the first right onto Townsend St. Continue on Townsend St. until the E. Fayette intersection. Turn left into Philanthropy Center parking lot from Townsend St. (pass the intersection).

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