"Az izraelita menedékház [...] hivatva lesz kényelmesen berendezett lakást és a munkához szükséges felszereléseket nyújtani azoknak az embereknek, akik tisztességes munkában őszülnek meg, akik élet
Marcell Káldor, head of the Hungarian office of British typewriter manufacturer Yost had his multi-flat house built on the nearly 1300 square yard building plot in Ilka Street in 1907–1908.
The society, which, apart from providing the Jews of Budapest with the necessary burial rituals also operated a number of charitable institutions decided to build three new such institutions in its
Proprietor of the ’Ancient Buda Castle’ amusement district in Városliget (City Park), Adolf Friedmann first meant to have his winter night club built at 57, Dohány Street.
The building in Petőfi Sándor Street, which was home to the Leitersdorfer family’s tailoring shop, was due for demolition in 1911, so the family decided to have a combined shop-cum-apartment block
It was in 1907 that the bank bought the three-floor corner house built in 1873 next to its offices at 20 Rákóczi Street.
It was in late January 1911 that Ferenc and Adolf Harsányi and their respective wives paid 227.000 crowns to buy the narrow building plot at the corner of Népszínház and Víg Streets – the former wa
The Vas Street Trade School was the most generously funded project in the municipal program for residential and educational building construction launched in 1909 by Mayor István Bárczy.
Between 1892 and 1895 no fewer than three foundations were created to support the construction of a non-vocational Jewish secondary school, which the fundraisers saw as an efficient measure to coun