This Thursday, Washington, D.C.’s oldest synagogue began relocating from 3rd and G streets NW to 3rd and F streets NW. The 1876-built property, known as the Adas Israel Synagogue, is home to the Lillian and Albert Small Jewish Museum. The move will be done in two phases and won’t complete for another 24 to 30 months.
On November 3, Property Group Partners with Wolfe House and Building Movers will begin relocating the Adas Israel Synagogue, located at Third and G streets NW. The synagogue is Washington, D.C.’s oldest and dates back to 1876.