n Saturday, people got a glimpse inside some of Syracuse's prime downtown property for the 8th annual Downtown Living Tour.
More than 2 thousand people came to check out spaces near Salina, Clinton and Warren Streets.
These properties are contributing to the downtown's nearly 50 percent population growth in the past decade.
Colleen Woolpert was on the tour, coming from her home in Syracuse. "I personally love to peer inside the windows and see what it's like to live up there in these old buildings and I have a fascination, admiration for the history of this town and I like to get inside and look out," says Woolpert.
Many of the units on the tour are available right now for new tenants to move in.