Lincoln Square Synagogue, Upper West Side, NYC

This synagogue is located at the corner of Amsterdam and 69th Street on the Upper West Side. It was designed in 1970 by Hausman & Rosenberg, who also designed the two high-rise office towers at 160-170 Water Street in Lower Manhattan the same year. According to the AIA Guide to New York City (1978 edition), the entrance to the right in the photo was actually originally a separate bank establishment, but at present it seems to have become part of the synagogue. Both were constructed from the same travertine stone.

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