Bnai Keshet announced in a press release that repairs to the third floor of Red Gables have been largely completed, paving the way for the 19th-century building to provide sanctuary under the auspices of the Montclair Sanctuary Alliance, should the need arise, in the near future. The synagogue painted the building on Feb. 3-4. Red Gables was home to Bnai Keshet until 2000, when their facility at 99 S. Fullerton Avenue was built.