Marshall Street, Syracuse

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Marshall Street, Syracuse
Marshall St Syracuse-2018-07.jpg
100 block of Marshall Street seen from the southwest (July 2018)
Other name(s)Louis Marshall Way
Postal code13210
Coordinates43°02′30″N 76°08′08″W / 43.0416°N 76.1356°W / 43.0416; -76.1356Coordinates: 43°02′30″N 76°08′08″W / 43.0416°N 76.1356°W / 43.0416; -76.1356
east endOstrom Avenue
west endCrouse Avenue

Marshall Street, or "M" Street, is a street in the University Hill neighborhood in Syracuse, New York, adjacent to Syracuse University. Marshall Street often refer to the commercial area including and surrounding the 100 Block of Marshall Street. This area primarily functions as an off-campus commercial area for college students. The Marshall Street area is home to popular student bars including Faegan's Pub and Harry's Bar.



Marshall Street is believed to be named for Louis Marshall (1856–1929), a Syracuse native, corporate and constitutional lawyer, and Trustee of Syracuse University, who helped reestablish the New York State College of Forestry (now SUNY-ESF) at Syracuse University. The 100 block of Marshall Street received the honorary name Louis Marshall Way in 2006. Historians are unsure if the street originally honored Louis Marshall, who only reached prominence after the turn of the twentieth century.[1][2][3] The Marshall Square Mall is also located adjacent to Marshall Street.[4][5] The area is promoted by the Crouse-Marshall Business Association. Marshall Street has been renovated many times over the years.[6][7]


Shops on Marshall Street include Manny's, Jimmy Johns, The Pita Pit, Insomnia Cookies, Shirt World, Chipotle Mexican Grill, King David's, Panda West, Some Girls Boutique, Blue Monkey Cafe, Acropolis Pizza, Halo Tattoos, J Michael Shoes, and Starbucks.[8]

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  1. ^ Case, Dick (2006-10-24). "Merchant sells belief in power of education". The Post-Standard.
  2. ^ [1][permanent dead link]
  3. ^ Syracuse Herald Journal - September 20, 1992 [2],
  4. ^ Syracuse Herald Journal - - May 4, 1999
  5. ^ - IN TUNE WITH HIS CUSTOMERS - Luis Perez and Kasi Addison - 12/26/02
  6. ^ - MARSHALL STREET MAKEOVER - Dee Klees - 8/22/2001
  7. ^ Post-Standard, The - 10/28/2004
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