Closely following the rise of the railroad industry, the Armory Square district of downtown Syracuse, New York, began to take its current shape in the mid-19th century. The once-bustling urban neighborhood slipped into a period of decline, but today it continues to grow with an expansive downtown renewal.
Author Bio: Robert J. Podfigurny actively serves on the Armory Square Association Board of Directors. George W. Curry helped initiate the rehabilitation of Armory Square, redeveloping the historic Labor-Temple Building into a mixed-use facility.
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