Lower East Side Synagogue
One of New York City's most beautiful historic buildings is down on the lower east side. This 130 year-old synagogue and museum was designated a National Historic Landmark in the mid 90's while the facility was being renovated. The faithfully restored main sanctuary features a 70-foot-high vaulted ceiling, a new 2010-designed stained glass window by world famous artist Kiki Smith, and lots of finely detailed hand-crafted touches. Downstairs there's a second small temple and the museum exhibits with information on the building’s history and two decade reconstruction, as well as biographical and genealogical documentation of the Eastern European immigrants who built the facility.
Call Sallie to arrange a go-see or to book this Lower East Side Synagogue for your next shoot.
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