PHOTOS: New plans released for Great Northern Mall

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — The ball is rolling for Great Northern Mall.

The Hart Lyman Companies and Conifer Realty have plans to redevelop and rename the previous mall.

They want to create new housing, medical facilities, professional offices, a Clay Community Center, hotels, and unique retail, dining, and entertainment options.

The Town of Clay approved the site application for these plans, which will span across 215 acres, as well as the area including where Great Northern is.

PDF courtesy of Hart Lyman Companies and Conifer Realty.

The developer released in a statement, “This more than a $1 billion investment will transform the area into a thriving community with a walkable town center, entertainment district, health and wellness campus, and premier residential community. The mall site will establish a dynamic, engaging environment where people can seamlessly live, work, shop, and dine.”

The project numbers include:

  • Over 600,000 square feet of retail, community, grocery, restaurant and entertainment space
  • More than 790,000 square feet of medical and office space
  • Over 750 hotel rooms
  • Several mixed-use clusters, each featuring 300-500 new housing units with options for all members of the community who wish to call Clay home

Work is expected to begin in October 2024.

“This site doesn’t just provide housing, it provides better housing and a recruitment tool for healthcare institutions, businesses that locate here, and anyone who points to the inspiration it evokes,” said Guy Hart, Jr., Managing Partner of the Hart Lyman Companies. “By providing housing, a new Town of Clay Community Center, medical facilities, and hotels, we will establish a premier site for Central New York that will accommodate future growth and create a unique living environment.”

According to developers, the new Town of Clay Community Center will be a public venue where residents go for a variety of purposes, including socializing, participating in recreational or educational activities, gaining information, and seeking support services.

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