YOUR SELF-GUIDED TOUR OF LEVEL 2 STARTS HERE…
THE DIANE & GUILFORD GLAZER CHAPEL is the centerpiece of the 2nd level. With its vibrant green color, the chapel ceiling is green expanded metal mesh, the glazing is green SEFAR glass-laminated mesh and the floor is cork. The 2615 sq ft flexible indoor/outdoor space framing the arched stained-glass windows of the historic Temple is ideal for a 225 guest reception. Set as a seated dinner for 125 guests, theater for 262 guests or a classroom for 154 guests.
The second level of the Audrey Irmas Pavilion also includes boardrooms, a lobby and prep kitchen.
These establish a diverse collection of spaces for multiple purposes – from worship and study, to cultural events, and relaxation.
THE STEVEN Z. LEDER BOARDROOM
is an 851 sq ft space, and features highend electronic and state-of-the-art facility. Set up as a boardroom, the room may also be used for a seated dinner (35 guests), a reception (65 guests ), a theater (85 guests) or as a classroom (50 guests). Special note: the Temple Board honored Rabbi Leder with this space in recognition of his incredible work on behalf of Wilshire Boulevard Temple. Temple Past President and Building Chairman Alberto Valner revealed the naming to Rabbi Leder at a surprise event with his wife Betsy, daughter Hannah and son Aaron.
THE LESLIE AND MICHAEL FLESCH BOARDROOM
is a 754 sq ft. space which can accommodate 25 guests for a seated dinner, 55 guests for a reception, 75 guests for a theater event and 44 as a classroom.
THE SANCTUARY TERRACE,
facing the magnificent stained-glass windows of the Sanctuary, is still available for naming. This striking 2842 sq ft terrace with sliding glass doors provides for celebrations to take place indoors and outdoors. The space can accommodate 100 guests for a seated dinner, 225 guests for a reception, 95 guests for a theater and 84 guests for a classroom.
The area also features a skylight view into the Grand Ballroom, named for Terry and Lionel Bell and Family. This unique feature
consists of a glass enclosed skylight that is not only seen by looking up from the Grand Ballroom, but also by looking down from the 3rd level garden.
THE MAURICE AMADO FOUNDATION TERRACE
is the east facing balcony showcasing the beautiful city view and providing another space where guests may step outside.