Temple Beth El

Architectural Walking Tour of Downtown Ithaca

Temple Beth El

Ithaca, New York 14850, United States

Created By: Downtown Ithaca Alliance

Point of Interest Details

402 N. Tioga St. - A building unlike any other downtown, Temple Beth-El was designed by Cornell-educated Buffalo architect Eli Goldstein and erected in 1928-29. Its basic form is that of a cube, topped by an octagon and finished with a twelve-sided clerestory representing the twelve tribes of Israel. The building also features stained-glass windows and glazed tile panels. The classroom wing was added in 1967, designed by local firm Levatich, Hoffman & Miller.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Architectural Walking Tour of Downtown Ithaca


 

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