The Gateway to
Downtown Syracuse

Historic Charm
Meets Modern Comfort

Syracuse Apartments

The apartments One Webster’s Landing in Syracuse, NY offer 34 luxury, one-bedroom units with a mix of original finishes (hardwood flooring, brick walls, timber framing) and modern fixtures. In addition to the high-efficiency apartments, the complex includes amenities such as a fitness center, bicycle storage, and available tenant storage for rent. 

Downtown Syracuse Apartments

Hardwood Floors

Exposed Timber Beams

Exposed Brick Elements

Modern Finishes

Oversized Windows

In-Unit Washer & Dryer

Fitness Center

Tenant Storage

Ample on-site parking


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Convenient Downtown Syracuse Apartment Living

OWL offers proximity to all the amenities Downtown Syracuse has to offer with ample on-site parking!

Downtown Syracuse has experienced significant growth in recent years, thanks to a concerted effort by individual companies and civic institutions to revitalize the area and attract new businesses and residents. The  urban landscape has been transformed into a dynamic and bustling hub of activity, boasting beautifully restored historic structures, and vibrant public spaces.

As the city continues to invest in infrastructure and amenities, such as improved transportation, expanded green spaces, and a focus on walkability, the downtown area is poised for further growth and development.

Centrally Located Near Major Hospitals, Educational Institutions, and Other Large Employers

St. Joseph’s Hospital:  .7 mi (3 min)

SUNY Upstate:  1.5 mi (7 min)

Crouse Hospital:  1.6 mi (8 min)

Syracuse University:  1.6 mi (6 min)

SUNY ESF:  2 mi (9 min)

Lotte Biologics:  4.5 mi (8 min)

Lockheed Martin:  6.5 mi (11 min)

SRC Inc: 9 mi (12 min)

White Pine Commerce Park:  13 mi (15 min)

The History

One Webster’s Landing (aka The Marshall Building) was constructed in 1893 by Jacob Marshall, a local merchant in the wool and leather trades. The 33,330 sf, five-story brick  building was designed in the Romanesque- Revival style by Archimedes Russell, a prominent Syracuse Architect. 

The buildings’ location was strategically chosen to take full advantage of the adjacent railroad and the cities bustling commercial district. From 1894 to the early 1940’s, the building had many occupants including a leather and hide distributor, tobacco distributor, machinery and tool shop and a grocery company. The last known use prior to VIP Development purchasing the building, in 1984, was an antique store.

VIP initially renovated the five floors into commercial office space to house its integrated Architecture, Engineering, Construction, and Development operations. In 2023, VIP finished developing its new office at the Former Post Standard Building, prompting a second redevelopment of One Webster’s Landing.