Are you looking for more cell sites?

My building is at 110 Second north street Syracuse NY 13208. It is one of the highiest points in Syracuse. The building is about 55 feet high and on top of a hill. When on top of the building your are one of the highiest points in Syracuse. The building is brick and it has four large brick columns that start in the basement and go through the roof that would make good supports. If interested you can call me at 315-382-3908.
Thanks Brian Bouthillier

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Feb 10, 2012
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