INWOOD HEBREW CONGREGATION BUILDING
111–113 Vermilyea Avenue
George & Edward Blum
This building is reflective of the once extensive Jewish population in Inwood. Both the Jewish and Irish populations of the neighborhood began to dwindle in the 1960s, as the neighborhood became increasingly Hispanic. Today the Seventh-Day Adventist church, the Iglesia Adventista del Septimo Dia de Dyckman, occupies the building.
Additional Neighborhood Sites
ART DECO PARK FURNISHINGS, INWOOD HILL PARK URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER and THE HENRY HUDSON MEMORIAL BRIDGE