Old Westbury synagogue gets $5M in financing while pitching expansion

New York /
Dec.December 31, 2018 01:35 PM

Cronheim Mortgage arranged $5 million in financing for the Old Westbury Hebrew Congregation synagogue. The 15.7-acre property is home to a sanctuary, offices, classrooms and kosher catering business Ram Caterers, which can host events with up to 750 guests. The property’s main building was built in 1959, but expanded in 2007. The synagogue plans to build a new catering space that will be designed by architect Alfred Sutton, according to The Island Now. The space will have “an outdoorsy feel,” but be fully enclosed by sound deadening materials such as Thermopane glass and Uniflex fabric. Sutton presented his plans to the Old Westbury Board of Trustees. The village’s Planning and Architectural Review boards still need to review the proposal, Old Westbury Mayor Fred Carillo told the outlet. [The Island Now]


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
(iStock)
Long Island office market on pace for dreadful year: report
Long Island office market on pace for dreadful year: report
Josh Baumgarten (left) and Adam Schwartz, co-CEOs and co-Chief Investment Officers of Angelo Gordon with 2 Huntington Quadrangle, Melville, 6 and 8 Corporate Center Drive in Melville (Angelo Gordon, We’re Group)
Here’s what tenants pay in Angelo Gordon’s Long Island office portfolio
Here’s what tenants pay in Angelo Gordon’s Long Island office portfolio
Shoppers World CEO Sam Dushey with an aerial shot of Green Acres Mall (Shoppers World, Macerich)
Shoppers World to debut in Long Island at former Century 21 site
Shoppers World to debut in Long Island at former Century 21 site
Josh Baumgarten (left) and Adam Schwartz, co-CEOs and co-Chief Investment Officers of Angelo Gordon with 2 Huntington Quadrangle, Melville, 6 and 8 Corporate Center Drive in Melville (Angelo Gordon, We're Group)
Angelo Gordon, We’re Group score $350M refi for Long Island offices
Angelo Gordon, We’re Group score $350M refi for Long Island offices
Retailers rush to open in the Hamptons
Retailers rush to open in the Hamptons
Retailers rush to open in the Hamptons
East End reels from influx of year-round visitors
East End reels from influx of year-round visitors
East End reels from influx of year-round visitors
Hamptons businesses desperate for workers
Hamptons businesses desperate for workers
Hamptons businesses desperate for workers
Clockwise from top left: Wildflower's Adam, Gordon, a rendering of the JFK Logistics Center, Wildflower's Raphael De Niro and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos (Wildflower, Getty)
Amazon leases massive warehouse near JFK Airport
Amazon leases massive warehouse near JFK Airport
arrow_forward_ios

The Deal's newsletters give you the latest scoops, fresh headlines, marketing data, and things to know within the industry.

Loading...