Work in Progress

February 3, 2012 by J-Wire Staff
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J-Wire toured the the new building which will both house and consolidate the activities of Sydney’s JewishCare.

Facilities Manager Ben Mirkin shows staffers Renata Leremias, Mandi Berman, Mimi Zilka and Ralene Reuveny the new premises

Ready soon

The building stands on the site of the old Burger Centre which was totally demolished a year ago.

Costing over $7 million the JewishCare headquarters will see the consolidation of Print 35, the Aged and Disabilities team, the families and communities team and the Club 50 drop in centre for Holocaust survivors into the one space.

The Print 35 unit which offers a variety of printing services will sport a brand new shop front, something it never had before, which JewishCare hopes will attract business  from the general public.

A spokesman for JewishCare told J-Wire: “We hope to be fully operational by mid-year and will be in a position to service the community more efficiently and expect a substantial financial saving of more than $200,000 annually.”

The new building has been financed by the Capital appeal and the sale of existing properties.

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