In 2017, Chabad Intown seized on an incredible opportunity. We initiated the purchase of a new property abutting the BeltLine in the heart of the Intown Atlanta Community, and began to formulate what the ideal manifestation of our vision would look like:
In this sense it is much more than a community center – it is a platform, a canvas upon which we can create the best that our community can dream of.
Jon and Veronica Kraus
David and Terri Frolich
Howard Kaufman and Charna Perloe
Frank and Gloria Berenson
Bernie and Susan Eisenstein
AJ Robinson and Nicole Ellerine
Scott and Linda Diamond
Eddie and Sam Dressler
Dean and Kimberly Benamy
Ken and Randy David
Alan Pinstein and Janine Franco
Allan and Paula Freedman
Michael and Mindy Planer
Jay and Judy Kessler
Marc and Vicky Frolich
Stephen Kagan and Caryn Lobel
Sid and Laurie Besmertnik
Diana and Daniel Cohen
Rick Kaplan and Sharon Neulinger
The BeltLine development and the growing, diverse community it attracts values opportunity and growth, and is searching for ways to connect. The resulting influx of new families into the Intown area has created a greater need for dynamic outreach programs and services. It is a perfect match for the practical and meaningful Judaism that Chabad Intown is known for.
Phase 2 is about purchasing the space that will serve as a gateway from our community and its values to the broader public, a space which embraces its members and their needs, and draws them into our sphere of kindness, support, acceptance and Jewish spiritual growth.
The new Chabad Intown development is much more than a community center – it is a platform, a canvas upon which we can create the best that our community can dream of.
Together anything is possible.