A state college in Allegheny County, PA, sometimes called "Pitt," during the 50's and 60's was known for being very heavily Jewish. It's main building might be considered a skyscraper in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh. Commonly referred to as "the Cathedral of Learning
," which gave it a very "ecumenical" reputation. However, many localites who had reason to be unhappy with the school's Jewish leaning and preferences called the building Kike's (or Kyke's) Peak.
Take 5th avenue outta dawntan (Pittsburghese for "down town") til you see Kike's Peak OR Kyke's Peak."