334 East 14th Street

Tifereth Israel Town and Village Synagogue on 14th Street is Designated a Landmark

Posted October 29, 2014 at 6:02 am

Local activists kept the faith and a Lower East Side icon was saved. Thanks to the grassroots efforts of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation and its supporters, the 150-year-old German Romanesque-style Tifereth Israel Town and Village Synagogue at 334 East 14th Street is now officially designated a city landmark. The Landmarks Preservation Commission decreed the protective […]

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LPC Calendars Tifereth Israel Town and Village Synagogue on 14th Street (Again)

Posted March 17, 2014 at 6:09 am

The Tifereth Israel Town and Village Synagogue at 334 East 14th Street has been in “landmark limbo” for almost five decades. Apparently the 150-year-old house of worship was calendared and considered for protection back in 1966, but for reasons unknown, the then fledgeling Landmarks Preservation Commission never voted. Only recently has the matter resurfaced, as the […]

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