Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue
Historic Renovation to 100-year old Synagogue
Sachse Construction is currently managing the renovation of The Issac Agree Downtown Synagogue, this building is the last freestanding synagogue in the City of Detroit. A decade in the making, the synagogue is currently undergoing a renovation project that will be completed in phases.
The new vision for the Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue will become a more welcoming and accessible space as the building will trade ground-floor brick walls for floor-to-ceiling (ballistic grade) glass windows and install a new ADA-compliant elevator. The renovation includes upgrades to the Sanctuary, social hall, and kitchen, dedicating a space for children and building plenty of flexible program and event space. The project will also feature a Jewish co-working space where partner organizations can collaborate, share resources, and build community under one roof. This comprehensive renovation will center IADS as the hub for Jewish life in the city and ensure that the Synagogue can serve the needs of their community for the next 100 years.