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The Syracuse Connective Corridor

Contributed by Village on Feb 13th, 2014. Artwork published in .
    License: All Rights Reserved.

    The Corridor is a linear stage that connects University Hill with downtown Syracuse

    The Syracuse Connective Corridor is about “place-making” — connecting university and community assets to create a place where talent wants to live, work and invest. 

    The Connective Corridor is a nationally recognized example of university engagement. The multidisciplinary project is reshaping the face of the City of Syracuse through new urban spaces and streetscapes, bike and pedestrian paths, public art, parks and landscapes, green infrastructure, façade improvements, historic preservation, neighborhood revitalization, signage and branding, and events programming. The Corridor is a linear stage that connects University Hill with downtown Syracuse, providing a platform for interaction between the campus and an engaged creative community. And, it is collaboration that strengthens the education experience, as well as the community.

    Source: Syracuse Connective Corridor. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Logotype for the Syracuse Connective Corridor

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    The logotype employs two weights of Ohm — Light & Bold


    • Ohm
    • ITC Franklin Gothic



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