Is the old Marcus Lindsay church smiling?
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Construction began today on Butchertown’s newest condo conversion, and the old church that will eventually house four condos couldn’t be happier. Just look at its grin. Developers Pip Pullen and Susan Swope plan on living in one of the condos when the project is complete. Jeff Rawlins of Architectural Artisans designed the renovation project to incorporate the old church with subtle modern additions.

Former church under renovation
Former church under renovation. (Branden Klayko / Broken Sidewalk)

Glass doors will be added to the structure and each unit will have its own entrance. Since the church fills its entire parcel, parking will be provided in the basement. The opening seen above will eventually have glass garage doors.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. It is. However, it’s currently the Pip Pullen of Red7e notoriety, which is of course significantly less humiliating to admit.

  2. The existing stained glass will remain, and two windows that went missing have been relocated and should return as well. There was some talk about possibly finding a way to incorporate the stained glass in a way that they could be opened up or have clear glass underneath. Not sure where that stands. There’s much more info on the specifics on an older post here.

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