Project to preserve and re-use Park Synagogue in Cleveland Heights gains momentum, focus and nearly $3M in state grants

FROM CLEVELAND.COM:

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — The future of Park Synagogue’s Conservative Jewish congregation lies in Pepper Pike, where it is expanding a new religious and educational campus established in 2007 at Shaker Boulevard and Brainard Road.

But an effort to plan a new, long-term future for the congregation’s old main building in Cleveland Heights, a globally-admired, mid-century modern masterpiece by architect Eric Mendelsohn, is gaining traction and focus, thanks in part to nearly $3 million in new grants from the state of Ohio.

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