September 30, 2022

Developer Grazi Zazzara Jr. is making plans for a mixed-use development with apartments and commercial space at the former Syracuse Lighting Co. building at 311 Genant Drive in Syracuse. The building was construction in 1911. (Rick Moriarty | rmoriarty@syracuse.com)
Syracuse, N.Y. — The developer of two downtown Syracuse buildings — Icon Tower and Corbett Corner — is making plans for a mixed-use development at a historic but long-vacant building once slated for a microbrewery.
Grazi Zazzara Jr., president of The Icon Cos., said he has acquired the former Syracuse Lighting Co. building at 311 Genant Drive from hotelier Norm Swanson. It’s the red brick building overlooking Interstate 81, a block south of the Spaghetti Warehouse restaurant.
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