Exact Construction Date: 1963
Date Research Source: http://www.templeanshesholom.org/history/
Primary Materials: Brick
Architect | Builder: Percival Goodman
Current Use: Temple Anshe Sholom Synagogue
(at time of survey)
Building Classification: Building
Primary Type: Religion
Sub Type: Temple
Significant records of the congregation were sealed in the cornerstone to be preserved for generations to come.
Roof Form: Flat
Surveyors: Lauren May, John Smagner, Jessica Mavrogenes
Survey Date: 4/3/19
Related Literature: http://www.templeanshesholom.org/history/
Noteworthy Classification Features:
Tall double stacked towers that extend above the roof line on the front are flanked by tall, narrow stained glass windows with angular panes. A wide canopy with a flat roof extends across the front of the temple. Perpendicular beams with a textured finish are anchored to the building and extend past the canopy. The canopy is supported by brick pillars. A decorative alloy metal torah sculpture hangs on the front wall of the adjoining building.