The Post, Ready for Lease!

122,000 Total SF Space Available

  • Well-suited for light-industrial and/or manufacturing use
  • Access to four loading docks
  • Access to two freight elevators
  • 200 PSF Live floor Load
  • Two 4,000AMP Services on North and South Side
  • Located between two major highway interchanges
  • On-Site Parking
  • Professionally & locally managed

Downtown, Open for Business

Downtown Syracuse, the center of a metropolitan area with a population of 662,577, has seen 88% population growth and $744M invested in Downtown property in the last ten years, Downtown Syracuse is one of the two fastest growing residential and business centers in Onondaga County.

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Endless Amenities at Your Doorstep

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A Uniquely Urban Experience

  • Downtown location is recruiting incentive for young professionals!
  • 71% of Downtown residents are under 35
    71% of Downtown residents are under 35
  • 89% of Downtown Residents have a Bachelor's Degree or higher!
  • $208M in investments planned or underway Downtown
  • 20% anticipated growth in Downtown residential population through 2022

A Corner rich with history


Space is currently for lease – be a part of this City landmark and take The Post into its next 60 years!

Henry Bogardus bought the first lot in a newly formed settlement on the corner of Salina and Genesee Streets. He opened a corner tavern known as Bogardus Corners.
Erie Canal Construction was completed, connecting commerce between cities from the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean. The Canal made Clinton Square the commercial, financial, and governmental center of the city.
The original Bogardus Corners was replaced by the Empire House, a large hotel and business block which stretched around the corner on Genesee and Salina Streets.
New York State Legislature abandoned the Erie Canal due to failing infrastructure, and alternative transportation methods emerging. The City of Syracuse purchased the section of the canal that ran through the city center and began filling it in.
The Empire House was destroyed by fire in 1942 and replaced by the Atlantic Building "Block 81" in the following years. In 1946, Block 81 was sold to a holding company.
Redevelopment of The Atlantic Building "Block 81" begins when Syracuse architectural firm, Webster, Crenshaw, & Folley, designed the two-story, Streamline Modern Building. The building was the predecessor of the modern newspaper block.
A group of Syracuse out-of-town investors buy the property which changed ownership three times since 1950.
Investors submit a proposal to combine all of Block 81 and adjacent Block 77A, creating a super block on the north side of Clinton Square. 14 buildings needed to be demolished to make way for the future home of the Herald Company, publisher of the Post Standard. New York City architectural firm, William Ginsberg Assoc. was selected to deign The Herald Company's new headquarters located at 101 North Salina Street.
The Herald Company's new 230,000 square foot headquarters was completed and printing for the Post Standard Newspaper began.
The Post Standard publisher moves staff to new building while maintaining printer operations at 101 North Salina. Property is listed for sale.
VIP Companies purchases 101 North Salina Street and begins redevelopment, ensuring printing remains operational for The Post Standard. The building is rebranded as "The Post." The new name honors the buildings most well-known tenant and pays homage to the block which was once the first to be settled in Downtown Syracuse and pioneered the city's growth as a commercial and business center.
VIP holds an event to celebrate the beginning of renovations for The Post's first tenants, ChaseDesign. Amongst those who speak at the event are current VIP CEO, Meg Tidd, Former CEO and current Executive Chair of VIP, Dave Nutting, Syracuse Mayor, Ben Walsh, and President of Chase Design, Joe Lampertius.
ChaseDesign's 29,000 square foot space in The Post officially opens. Construction to VIP's space on the south end of the first floor is in full swing.

The Post Standard announces they are discontuning use of the printing press and will vacate much of The Posts second block by the end of the year.
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The Post is A Development Of

VIP Structures

VIP offers industry-specific knowledge through our in-house architecture, engineering, construction, development, and property management services. We work with clients from the very beginning to help identify options, schedules, budgets, and resources that will help bring them project success. We have designed, built, and developed over 30 million square feet of space throughout our history and have developed 3 million square feet of space. VIP currently owns and operates 600,000 SF of space. When we are working with a client, we come from an owner’s perspective.

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