Fahey Court

Fahey Court was originally a vacant school building named Jefferson School. It was converted into 30 one and two bedroom apartments for the elderly in 1985 and renamed Fahey Court after Judge James Fahey of Syracuse.

Fahey Court offers charming, unique efficiencies, one and two bedroom units and no two are alike, retaining some of the charm of the old schoolhouse. The two story community room is an attractive meeting area and the second floor laundry is set in a mezzanine to this common area. The building is close to churches, shops and bus lines located at 100 Pastime Drive off Court and South Salina Streets.

  • 30 one and two bedroom apartments
  • Charming and unique efficiencies
  • Retains the charm of the old schoolhouse
  • Two story community room
  • Second floor laundry
  • Close to churches, shops, and bus lines
Handicap accessible
Not suitable for families
Suitable for elderly persons