The former Syracuse Developmental Center will be auctioned off next month.
The 585,000-square-foot complex will go up for auction on April 11 at the Onondaga County Courthouse. The minimum bid is $1.2 million.
It was previously used by the state as a residential facility for developmentally disabled people.
The complex, which includes six interconnected buildings, sits on 48 acres on South Wilbur Avenue, next to the Rosamond Gifford Zoo.
It includes a full size gymnasium with locker rooms, an Olympic sized swimming pool, and bowling along with cafes, lounges, a large kitchen with industrial sized ovens. There are 600 parking spaces on site.
Future uses could include student or low income housing or apartments, a senior/adult care center, a juvenile detention facility, a call center or warehouse. The market value as assessed is $4.25 million.