Manhattan Eruv

The Eruv is Up this Shabbat, July 23, 2016

The Manhattan Eruv is under the rabbinical supervision of the Mechon L'Hoyroa in Monsey.
For further information, contact Rabbi Adam Mintz at http://www.rabbimintz.com/contact.

Please support the Eruv!
Contributions may be made online here by earmarking your donation in the notes section with the words "Manhattan Eruv." Checks may be made paybable to Manhattan Eruv and mailed to 131 W. 86th St. New York, NY 10024

With thanks to those institutions who so generously support the Eruv:


6th Street Community Synagogue
Adereth El - Congregation Talmud Torah
Brotherhood Synagogue
Chabad of the Bowery
Congregation Ansche Chesed
Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun
Congregation Magen David of Manhattan
Congregation Ohab Zedek
Congregation Ohav Sholom
Congregation Orach Chaim
Congregation Ramath Orah
Congregation Shearith Israel
Darkhei Noam
Downtown Va'ad
Fifth Avenue Synagogue
The Jewish Center
The Jewish Theological Seminary
Kehilat Rayim Ahuvim
Lincoln Square Synagogue
NYU - Bronfman Center
Park Avenue Synagogue
Park East Synagogue
Rabbi Jung Fund
Safra Synagogue
Stanton Street Shul
Town & Village Synagogue
West Side Sephardic Minyan
West Side Synagogue
Yeshiva University

For more information click on our interactive Manhattan Eruv Map.

Notes on Manhattan Eruv Map:

1.       On 111th Street, between Manhattan Avenue and the FDR Drive, only the south side of the street is in the eruv. Please Note: The intersection of 111th Street and Park Avenue is not included in the eruv.

2.       The intersection of 111th Street and Park Avenue is not included in the eruv. When walking (and carrying) east or west on 111th Street, turn south on Park Avenue and cross at 110th Street.

3.       On Cathedral Parkway, between Columbus and Manhattan Avenues, only the south side of the street is in the eruv. On Manhattan Avenue, between Cathedral Parkway and 111th Street, only the east side of the street is in the eruv.

4.       On Amsterdam Avenue, between 126th (St. Mary’s Place) and 123rd Streets, only the west side of the street is in the eruv.

5.       On 126th Street (St. Mary’s Place), between Amsterdam and Broadway, only the south side of street is in the eruv.

6.       Riverside Park, on the east side of the West Side Highway from 72nd Street to 95th Street, is included in the eruv. Portions of Riverside Park west of the West Side Highway or north of 95th Street are not included.

7.       On Tenth Avenue, between 56th and 58th Streets, only the east side of the street is in the eruv.

8.       On West End Avenue, between 58th and 60th Streets, only the east side of the street is in the eruv.

9.       On 58th Street, between Tenth and Eleventh (West End) Avenues, only the north side of the street is in the eruv.

10.   On 56th Street, between Broadway and Tenth Avenue (Amsterdam), only the north side of the street is in the eruv.

11.   On Avenue of the Americas (Sixth Avenue), between Bleecker and 55th Street, only the east side of the street is in the eruv (on the sidewalk between the lamppost and the building).

12.   On Bleecker, between Avenue of the Americas (Sixth Avenue) and Mercer, only the north side of the street is in the eruv.

13.   On Allen Street, between 1st Street and 2nd Street, only the west side of the street is in the eruv.

14.   On Avenue A, between 2nd Street and 8th Street, only the west side of the street is in the eruv.

15.   One can only access Tompkins Square Park from the north or west. The eruv zigzags up Avenue A until the western gate (intersection of St. Marks and Avenue A), at which point the eruv consists of the fence of the park. Coming from the South, the earliest one could cross Avenue A to access the park is St. Marks.

16.   On Loisaida Avenue (Avenue C), between 11th Street and 13th Street, only the west side of the street is in the eruv.

17.   All of Stuyvesant Town is in the eruv.

18.   On 38th Street, between First and Second Avenues, only the south side of the street is in the eruv.

19.   On Second Avenue, between 38th Street and 49th Street, only the west side of the street is in the eruv.

Note 12A

On Houston Between Mercer and Second Avenue only the north side of the street is in the eruv.

Note 12B

On Mercer, between Bleecker and Houston, only the east side of the street is in the eruv.

Harlem Eruv Extension

Since boundaries on 126 Street between Amsterdam and Park Avenues varies, staying on the south side of the street is recommended.

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