retail leasing: project summary

Plans & Renderings

See Plans and Renderings Of Downtown Syracuse Retail Leasing project at Pike Block Take a look at this collection of plans and renderings of the four historic buildings that will make up Pike Block.


Demographics of Syracuse Population surrounding Downtown Syracuse Pike Block Project Hundreds of thousands of Central New Yorkers work in downtown Syracuse or have chosen to make the city their home.

Downtown Retailers

Locations available for Retail Leasing in Downtown Syracuse A diverse assortment of area retailers has found considerable business success in Syracuse.

Area Employers

Demographics and accessable markets created by Pike Block Project Major Syracuse employers include academic institutions, hospitals, government offices and service and business firms.

VIP Development Associates, Inc.

What sets VIP Development Associates, Inc. (VIPDA) apart from other real estate development companies is its close affiliation with its architectural, engineering and construction partners. With 37 years of industry experience and a portfolio of more than one million square feet, VIPDA is an integrated development company that specializes in design-build-lease, site selection, acquisition services and real estate financing, and also offers professional property management services. This broad range of services assists clients in better understanding related building costs while providing valuable insight into life-cycle expenses, operating costs and product durability. Visit VIP Development Associates online to learn more about us.

Vincent Raymond - Sales at Pike Block Retail Leasing

Vincent Raymond
Leasing Representative

Tel: 315-471-5338
Fax: 315-471-5330

Pike Block's close proximity to Armory Square makes it a major draw to residents and retailers alike. Armory Square has experienced significant growth and new development over the past 20 years. Currently this area is a thriving commercial hot spot, offering restaurants, bars and retail outlets that attract people to the area both day and night. The Pike Block project includes the development of two walkways that form a pedestrian link from Armory Square directly to Pike Block and its public courtyard. (The walkways connect with the city's business district as well.) Pike Block will in essence become an extension of Armory Square and will draw considerable activity from it.

Pike Block Shadow Effect