Business locales

Places in Michael Edelstein's story where he engaged in commercial activity
Image Name Description
Tateh's Basement Tin Shop
Father's workshop was where the family business began
Bytom Rynek
Market square in the war-ravaged town in Silesia where the Edelsteins were resettled
Ditmas Park
Edelstein & Sons signage in the Ditmas Park neighborhood
First "Taxpayer" Property
First property co-owned and managed by the author
435 Fort Washington Ave.
First building Michael owned in Washington Heights
Washington Heights
Jewish residents were moving to the suburbs or Florida. In their place came upwardly mobile immigrants