Yeshiva buildings bought by Triguboff

December 19, 2012 by J-Wire Staff
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Two Sydney Yeshiva buildings, one housing the Synagogue and the other the school in Bondi’s Flood St are to be bought by Meriton chief Harry Triguboff for $6 million.

The deal, which is expected to take place this week, will assure the continuity of the Yeshiva community and school.

An elated Rabbi Eli Feldman told J-Wire: “Mr Triguboff will own the buildings and we will lease them. This hopefully will reduce our financial problems to a manageable level as our mortgage payments will no longer be a liability,

We are extremely grateful and fully appreciate his amazing kindness.”

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3 Responses to “Yeshiva buildings bought by Triguboff”
  1. Michelle says:

    Mr Triguboff is a real MENCH and G-d bless him he was ans will be a total supporter for Yeshiva and I thank from from the bottom of my hart!! There should be more people like him, where are they?

  2. Shirlee. says:

    An elated Rabbi Eli Feldman told J-Wire: “Mr Triguboff will own the buildings and we will lease them”

    What until you get yourselves in to debt again and expect to be bailed out?

  3. Shirlee. says:

    You have to be joking. This is ridiculous.

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