Kehilath Jeshurun Synagogue

Ramaz Pulls Plug On Condo Tower

07/02/2008
Staff Writer
Faced with stiff neighborhood opposition, the Ramaz Lower School on East 85th Street has withdrawn its controversial application for variances from the city’s Board of Standards and Appeals, The Jewish Week has learned.     Jeff Mulligan, executive director at the BSA, confirmed the withdrawal Tuesday.  

Ramaz Tower Plan Shelved For Now

02/20/2008
Staff Writer
The Ramaz Lower School, on East 85th Street, will not be relocating in  September, and plans for the 28-story mixed-use high-rise have been temporarily halted, school officials confirmed in a letter distributed to the parent body last week.   

The New Business Of N.Y. Shuls

10/12/2007
Staff Writer
Synagogues in Manhattan are getting a facelift — and it’s commercial developers who are delivering a potent injection of cash. Destined to be the largest synagogue constructed in Manhattan in 50 years, Lincoln Square Synagogue’s state-of-the-art, 52,000-square-foot shul is being funded in part by a land swap with real estate developer American Continental Properties Inc.

The New Business Of N.Y. Shuls: Air Rights

10/11/2007
Staff Writer
Synagogues in Manhattan are getting a facelift — and it’s commercial developers who are delivering a potent injection of cash. Destined to be the largest synagogue constructed in Manhattan in 50 years, Lincoln Square Synagogue’s state-of-the-art, 52,000-square-foot shul is being funded in part by a land swap with real estate developer American Continental Properties Inc.
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