Members of the Sixteenth Street Synagogue in Manhattan’s Flatiron District have won a temporary stay of an eviction order that would have had them vacating the premises by Jan. 7th.
The congregation said it will now seek to be recognized as a co-owner of the building.
The parties will appear in court the following day to argue before a state Supreme Court judge whether the stay will be continued or denied.
In the latest development in a long property dispute, Judge Debra James last week upheld the motion to evict.
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