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Belfry Condominiums (Third Presbyterian Church Complex)
This brick Gothic Revival Presbyterian church had become redundant by the mid-1970s and was scheduled to be demolished. Instead, it and the attached buildings were transformed into a housing complex in an excellent example of adaptive reuse that preserved both housing stock and an important local landmark.
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