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Congregation Ansche Chesed

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About The Landmark

Congregation Ansche Chesed, located at the corner of West 100th Street and West End Avenue, is part of the recently designated Riverside-West End Historic District Extension II on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. The congregation, dating back to 1828, was housed in various structures throughout its history. The current building was completed in 1927 and was designed by architect Edward Shire in the Romanesque and Byzantine styles.

Plan your visit to Congregation Ansche Chesed 251 West 100th Street at West End Avenue (Upper West Side – Manhattan) anschechesed.org

Call for tours: 212-865-0600

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