Hanover Square

About

Hanover Square in Downtown Syracuse, New York, is a triangular-shaped public park located at the intersection of Warren, Water, and East Genesee streets. The triangle was originally named Veteran’s Park.

The name may also refer to the larger Hanover Square Historic District which includes seventeen historic buildings in the area that was the first commercial district in Syracuse. In the warm weather months, entertainment is common on the plaza around the fountain. Workers in the surrounding office buildings and retail establishments often lunch there.

Read about the history and more on Wikipedia.

 

Hanover Square Association

The Hanover Square Association was created to encourage business growth, promote consumer patronage, and enhance the image of this historic neighborhood. The Association represents all property owners and businesses (including retail, restaurant, tavern, professional, commercial, and non-profit) in the area.

MISSION STATEMENT

To effectively utilize the diverse interests and skills of its members to enhance awareness of the Square, to showcase the proliferation of commercial and residential life, and to promote activities and events involving the general public. The Hanover Square Association will balance growth with the historic preservation of the Square.

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