From The Jody Kriss Blog: 4 Historic NYC Destinations to Add to Your Bucket List (Part 4)4. Old Quaker Meeting HouseThe synagogue that Jody Kriss and East River Partners restored was built in 1910, and certainly qualifies for historic status, but its nowhere near the oldest place of worship in the region. That title belongs to the Old Quaker Meeting House at 137-16 Northern Boulevard in Flushing, Queens. It was opened in 1694 and has been in use for its intended purpose ever since, except for a brief period of time during the Revolutionary War when the British occupied the structure.New York City is packed with amazing architecture that showcases just how far the entire country has come. Visiting these places is like stepping into a doorway to the past- an experience everyone should have at least once.
Get the whole article at www.aboutjodykriss.comJody Kriss is a 16-year pro of the New York City real estate industry. As co-founder of East River Partners, LLC, Jody has had his hand in lots of exciting and profitable projects. East River Partners have a number of finished and on-going projects in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Jody Kriss is a results-oriented and committed leader.