Three-Story, 10,000-Square-Foot Yeshiva Planned At 147-22 73rd Avenue, Kew Gardens Hills

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Congregation Yeshiva Tiferet Torah, headed by Nerya Aminov, has filed applications for a new three-story, 10,379-square-foot educational facility at 147-22 73rd Avenue, in Kew Gardens Hills, located midway between Flushing and Jamaica in Queens. The new school will feature a gym in the sub-cellar, a library and lecture offices in the cellar, classrooms and teachers’ offices on the ground and second floors, and a study hall on the third floor. The project would be built on an 80-foot-wide vacant lot, once home to a two-story house that was demolished in 2003. Joe Lieberman’s Queens-based Abris Design Studio Corp. is the architect of record.

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1 Comment on "Three-Story, 10,000-Square-Foot Yeshiva Planned At 147-22 73rd Avenue, Kew Gardens Hills"

  1. I couldn’t add a decent size addition to my house so my Mother could move into my house (she can’t do stairs), but those with money and “connections”….
    Then there are all the others who pay someone off and get to turn a single family house into a 3-family monstrosity!!
    Something is seriously wrong with the system and this city.

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