Photo of K.A.M. Isaiah Israel Congregation

K.A.M. Isaiah Israel Congregation

1100 E. Hyde Park Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60615

Seating Chart

Seating Chart

Driving Directions

The synagogue is located at the corner of Hyde Park Boulevard and Greenwood Avenue in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood.

From Lake Shore Drive, take the 47th Street exit. Turn right at the stop sign, and proceed west to the second stoplight, Woodlawn Avenue. Turn left (south) on Woodlawn to Hyde Park Blvd. Turn right (west) on Hyde Park Blvd. The synagogue will be on your right.

From the Dan Ryan Expressway (90/94), take the 51st Street exit, proceeding east until Greenwood Avenue. The synagogue will be on your left.

If you are arriving by vehicle, please be advised that vehicular access is limited on Greenwood Ave.

If you are arriving on foot, you can enter the synagogue block from the north side of Hyde Park Blvd. (at University Ave.) or from the intersection of 50th St. and Greenwood Ave.

Parking

To access the synagogue parking lot, please proceed south from the intersection of 50th St. and Greenwood Ave. (past the sign that reads ‘residential traffic only’) one half block to the synagogue parking lot on the left (immediately before the second security barrier).

Additional free parking is available in two lots, both south of K.A.M.I.I.:
  Lot #1: North side of 52nd Street, between Greenwood and University;
  Lot #2: West side of University Avenue between 52nd and 53rd Streets.

Free street parking is also available.

Public Transit

Bus routes: #15 (Jeffery; connects with CTA Red line at 47th Street), and #172 (Univ. of Chicago/Kenwood).

Accessibility

Accessible entrance is located on the north side of the building; enter from the synagogue’s parking lot on Greenview (accessible from the north only).

If you are dropping someone off at the synagogue, please do so at the intersection of Hyde Park Blvd. and University Ave. to help ease congestion in our parking lot. If dropping off guests with mobility issues please proceed to the handicap entrance in the synagogue parking lot.