Construction Begins On New Cooper City Mikvah
An elegant new Mikvah is in the works for Cooper City, Florida, and construction has already begun.
Rabbi Pinny Andrusier of Chabad of Southwest Broward published the first images of construction of what will soon be Cooper City’s newest Jewish institution, a Men’s and Women’s Mikvah.
The mikvah is planned as part of a wider building project that includes a new Shul, preschool, and retreat building, all located on a 6.5 acre former High Point campus.
“I cannot adequately describe how beautiful and extraordinary the new facility is,” Rabbi Andrusier wrote. “The campus features five buildings (42,000+ sq feet) in superb condition, plus a pool and a lake. A sixth building is being constructed to house a men and women’s Mikvah.”
With the Mikvah already approved by he city and more plans in the works, the construction on the campus is expected to bring an entire new look to the local Jewish community.
“I have always had a passion and eagerness to make a difference in people’s lives and I am committed to help ensure that there’s hope and a positive future for our children and teens,” said Rabbi Andrusier.
The campus will also hosts Building B, a structure featuring 20 guest rooms that has become a host dormitory for teen students who are thriving at TAG Academy, a vocational school for teen boys.
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