By Jonathan Kalmus, April 15, 2010
Mamlock House is to close in December after almost 50 years as a base for Zionist organisations in Manchester.
UJIA is the landlord of the property, which also houses offices of JNF, the Zionist Central Council, Wizo, Magen David Adom, the Israel Information Centre and the Jewish Agency.
The news was broken to users on Wednesday by UJIA chairman Keith Black, who said the outdated building had become too expensive to maintain or refurbish.
Named after the Zionist family who donated it, Mamlock House has been a focal point of Jewish life since 1962.