An Orthodox synagogue dating from 1887, the Eldridge Street Synagogue has been fully restored and is open to the public as a museum telling the story of Jewish immigrants to New York's Lower East Side.
- Go Historic ID
- Eldridge Street Synagogue
- Street Address
- 12 Eldridge Street
- 40.714746° N, 73.993491° W
Construction of Eldridge St. Synagogue
The Eldridge Street Synagogue is constructed in New York City by the Orthodox congregation of Kahal Adath Jeshurun. It is the first great house of worship built by Eastern European Jews in the United States.
The Eldridge St. Project
Extensive restoration work is underway at the Eldridge Street Synagogue, during which time it is known as the Eldridge Street Project.
Eldridge St. Synagogue reopens after 20 years
After 20 years of restoration work, the historic Eldridge Street Synagogue in New York City reopens as a working synagogue and a public museum.
The Eldridge Street Synagogue wins the National Trust for Historic Preservation 2008 Preservation Award.
Construction of the Eldridge St. Synagogue
- Article Title
- Eldridge Street Synagogue (New York City, New York)
- Short URL
- First Published
- October 8, 2013
- Last Updated
- April 11, 2015