Sutton Real Estate brokers four transactions totaling $2.855 million

Syracuse Property Management Company

St. Andrews Church in North Syracuse recently sold for $350,000 to the St. Mary & St. Mina Coptic Church for their new home. Bart Feinberg of Sutton represented the seller and Tim Macknik of Bridgeway Real Estate represented the buyer of the 24,000 s/f religious facilities.


The Historic Caldwell and Ward Brass factory recently sold to JGH Properties, LLC. They will be converting the former 32,000 s/f factory into market rate apartments. JGH Properties was represented by Feinberg and the seller, Cabinet Fabrication Group, LLC, was represented by Joe Lewis of Sutton.

550 Harrison Center Leased

Syracuse Property Management Company

Joseph Lewis brokered the lease of a 49,000 SF Class A medical office space to Upstate Medical University at 550 Harrison Center. The Upstate spaces provide medical services including: Radiology (X-ray, MRI and Internal Radiology), Women’s Health Care, ENTZ, Geriatrics, Internal Medicine and Lab services.


Sutton Real Estate Company is largest medical office leasing and managing agent in the region.

Sutton Begins Construction on Two Affordable Housing Renovation Projects in Syracuse

Syracuse Property Management Company

Sutton has recently announced construction has started on the renovation of Valley Vista Apartments, a seven story apartment project located in the Valley neighborhood of the City of Syracuse. Renovations at Valley Vista include new windows, upgrades to the heating & air conditioning system, new kitchens and floor coverings, common area improvements and the conversion of seven apartments to fully accessible ADA apartments. Construction financing was provided by Chase Bank and is expected to take approximately 18 months.


Valley Vista Apartments obtained permanent financing from the New York State Housing Finance Agency and equity financing from Boston Financial Investment Management. The project is being developed by Sutton and Edgemere Development. Architeam is the project architect and Rich & Gardner is performing construction. Part of the redevelopment project included the sale of the property from Valley Vista Associates to Valley Vista, LLC. Sutton Real Estate exclusively represented Valley Vista Associates.