Poland Jews envision modern skyscraper in historic Warsaw Ghetto

Poland's Jewish leaders have unveiled plans for a glass skyscraper in a neighborhood that was the heart of the Warsaw Ghetto during World War II. The building - projected to rise 207 meters (680 feet) high - would tower over the elegant Nozyk synagogue, Warsaw's only remaining synagogue, dramatically altering the look of the historic neighborhood. The skyscraper would include a new house of prayer, a kosher restaurant and vast commercial space, giving Warsaw's growing Jewish community a place to expand its activities and providing a source of profit for the future. The project is another step in the revival of Jewish life in Poland, which was home to Europe's largest Jewish community until World War II.