Amenities at Grant Village Apartments in Syracuse

Comfort without Compromise

At Grant Village Apartments, you don’t need to sacrifice comfort for affordability or location. Our one and two bedroom apartments for rent in Syracuse, New York, offer the best of all worlds – convenience, quality amenities, and a desirable urban location. You’ll love our apartment homes featuring newly renovated, fully equipped kitchens with energy-efficient appliances.

Take comfort in knowing each building has its own secured entrance. In addition, we cover all heat, water, sewer, and trash removal fees. Have a family member who happens to be a pet? We’ve got you covered. If you’re looking for space to roam and in-home comforts, our pet-friendly apartments for rent in Syracuse, New York are the option for you.

Grant Village Apartments

(315) 925-7660

117 Edtim Rd Syracuse, NY 13206

315-463-5645

Apartment features at Grant Village Apartments in Syracuse

A Community for All

At Grant Village Apartments, you’ll find creature comforts both inside and outside of your home. Our friendly community offers a lifestyle full of convenience and well-being. The task of laundry has never been easier with laundry facilities in each building. And in case you have a maintenance request at an odd hour, our 24-hour emergency maintenance crew is ready to help.

Apartment Amenities

  • Newly Renovated 1 & 2 Bedroom Floor Plans
  • Dishwasher (select units only) & Refrigerator
  • Energy-Efficient Appliances
  • Heat & Hot Water Included
  • Water, Sewer & Trash Removal Included 
  • Secured Entrance to Each Building
  • Pet-Friendly Apartments

Community Features

  • Garages Available
  • Laundry Facilities Onsite
  • 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance
  • Online Rental Payments
  • Onsite Professional Management Office
  • Professionally Landscaped Grounds
  • Close to Downtown Syracuse

We’re eager to meet our newest resident. Let us guide you to your dream floor plan at Grant Village Apartments.

People enjoying the amenities at Grant Village Apartments in Syracuse