Share the Love
“The most important thing two people should do when they meet -- is to help a third person”.
At ChabaD we are obsessed with reaching people and building community together. We find the second person and together we reach out to the third. Together we find opportunities to build community in Detroit and beyond.
At ChabaD our door is always open for you to have a meaningful Jewish experience, whether it’s your first time or your thousandth.
Our own historic estate was designed by Peter Dederich and built for Mrs. WIlliam Van Dyke in 1908. The 4.200 foot 3-story home has beautiful front facade of brick, wood, and cut stone that truly stands out. Dark-stained wood finishes adorn the over 20 rooms within. The home at 278 Mack has been referred to as distinctly Victorian Gothic and complemented with Tudor Revival and Neo-Classical elements. Simply put, it is a relic of an age-old tradition that Detroit hasn’t seen in a long time. The vernacular traditions of Brush Park are still alive because of the veracity of homes like 278 Mack.
Brush Park is a historic district between midtown and downtown Detroit. It is bounded by Woodward Avenue, Mack Avenue, Beaubien Street, and the east-west portion of I-75. The neighborhood is well known for its beautiful brick homes which combine Victorian-era romanticism with Midwestern U.S. charm and style. The neighborhood is also known for its brilliant and ongoing revitalization in the early 2000s, to which ChabaD is ecstatic to contribute.
Greater Downtown & Neighborhoods
Through the Brush Park location we extend our programs to people who live around Greater Downtown and surrounding neighborhoods. ChabaD hosts events in Corktown, New Center, Eastern Market, North End, Core City and is continuously looking for opportunities to connect with our neighbors around the city.