Welcome to the Dewitt Park Neighborhood!

Dewitt Park, named after the Town of Ithaca founder Simon De Witt, was originally known as the TownDewitt Park, Ithaca NY Square.  It still serves as a central meeting place for community events, a vibrant weekly farmers market, local festivals, summer concerts, and a favorite downtown lunch spot for all.

Dewitt Park neighborhood, located between the residential Fall Creek community and downtown shopping district, is a vibrant mix of residential homes and commercial and not-for-profit enterprises. Some neighborhood highlights include: Greenstar Oasis Health Food Cooperative Market, Buffalo Street Books – a local bookstore cooperative, Moosewood Restaurant, Dewitt CafeDewitt Park Inn, The William Henry Miller Inn, Gimme Coffee, a myriad of boutique shops, as well as several majestic churches, a synagogue and a wide range of professional and healthcare practitioners.  A majority of the neighborhood is part of a nationally-registered Dewitt Park historic district that preserves a culturally-rich intimate feel while being located at the core of the city.  Explore the map below to see a layout of the neighborhood.

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