Located on East 61st Street in Manhattan, the Joseph I. Lubin House is home base for Syracuse University’s New York City operations. The townhouse, nestled among such city landmarks as Central Park, The Pierre Hotel, and Barney’s New York, houses a full-time staff of nearly 20 professionals and provides overnight accommodations to SU employees and faculty while in town on business.
Central to Lubin House’s offerings is the Louise and Bernard Palitz Art Gallery, located on the second floor. As an extension of SUArt Galleries, the Palitz Gallery offers SU a unique opportunity to extend its cultural exhibitions into New York City, as well as the chance to serve the interests of the city’s alumni population and the greater cultural community.
Lubin House offers a wide array of programs and events, including alumni gatherings, industry discussion panels, and art exhibits. In addition, many of SU’s academic programs take advantage of the University’s NYC headquarters while professors and student groups are in the area.
The Lubin House is also home to a regional admissions office that serves as a great resource for future Syracuse University students. This team hosts numerous college workshops for both high school students and their parents, holds information sessions about the University, and conducts admission interviews with local applicants.
September through June:
Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
July through August:
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed weekends and major holidays.