Vacant Syracuse houses will be transformed into bright spots using kids' art

"The Syracuse Land Bank, which owns 800 vacant properties, will be putting kids' art in the windows of rundown houses they walk by daily on their way to school."

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 A vacant home owned by the Syracuse Landbank at 301 Loomis Ave. will have its window boards painted by local students as part of a city-wide art project the Landbank is beginning.  (provided by Logan Reidsma)

A vacant home owned by the Syracuse Landbank at 301 Loomis Ave. will have its window boards painted by local students as part of a city-wide art project the Landbank is beginning. (provided by Logan Reidsma)