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Great Spaces: Four places of worship, born again (this time, as trendy condos)

There’s nothing sacrilegious about this city’s appetite for loft conversions, even when the raw space is a deconsecrated church

By Alex Bozikovic | Photography by Michael Graydon

A 1906 building formerly home to the Centennial Japanese United Church

1| A 1906 building formerly home to the Centennial Japanese United Church

A 1941 building, once home to a Slovenian Catholic congregation

2| A 1941 building, once home to a Slovenian Catholic congregation

A 1921 addition to the Riverdale Presbyterian Church

3| A 1921 addition to the Riverdale Presbyterian Church

A 1911 Methodist church, used by an Italian evangelical congregation since 2003

4| A 1911 Methodist church, used by an Italian evangelical congregation since 2003

  • Jessica

    You missed the Church off Roncesvalles – on Sunnyside. A favourite.

  • Jessica

    sorry! I stand corrected. Number 4!

  • HeyRed

    #5

    Victoria Lofts, formerly a Presbyterian Church on Annette in The Junction. Completed and people are moving in now.

  • Davedigger

    Love, love, love #1.

  • amy

    i love the abbey lofts on Sunnyside…I was so excited to see one of the million dollar penthouses a year ago when it hit the market.

  • David W. Sturgeo

    What a better place to live, in the house of the LORD !

 

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