Zysman Hall at Yeshiva University

Zysman Hall

Farther uptown, Zysman Hall––the oldest building of Yeshiva University in Washington Heights––blends Art Deco and Moorish Revival. The University commissioned Charles B. Meyers to “draw from 19th century Jewish architectural tradition” in building their Eldridge Street Synagogue. Zysman Hall now boasts copper accents, multicolored tiles, and sweepingly romantic towers, turrets, and domes visible from the street.