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Beth Sholom

LAST UPDATE: December 2 2020

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AT RISK INFORMATION
At risk status:
This building is at risk

Info:

bnkc architects have designed a renovated interior and redesigned the exterior. Much of the original design and footprint are retained or referenced in the new designs.

https://urbantoronto.ca/database/projects/beth-sholom-synagogue-addition-and-renovation

BUILDING INFORMATION
Name & Location
Beth Sholom
1445 Eglinton Avenue West
Humewood-Cedarvale, North York

OTHER IDENTIFICATION
Notes:

First designed in an art deco style by Jack Sugarman in 1947.

Since the first phase of construction, a number of additions and alterations have been made to the building. Jack Sugarman was retained to design two additions to the Synagogue. In 1953, a three-storey chapel and gymnasium was constructed at the westernmost portion of the building. In 1956, a one-storey kitchen addition was constructed at the rear of the building.

Irving D. Boigon and Mandel Sprachman designed other additions to the building throughout its history.

In 1989, a west addition was constructed to the designs of architect Jerome Markson. At this time, the original northwest entrance was altered, as was the north elevation of the 1953 gymnasium and chapel addition.

Year Completed:
1947

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BUILDING DATA
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Sources

  1. Heritage Impact Assessment
    Author - ERA architects
    Date - May, 2020
    Document - 302b011bddb9daa8ae87b6b81a7111c0.pdf

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