St. Thomas the Apostle Church (Manhattan)

Teterboro, United States

St. Thomas the Apostle Church (Manhattan)

Church of St. Thomas the Apostle is a former Roman Catholic parish church in New York City that had been threatened with demolition was the subject of a landmarks preservation debate. The parish was established in 1889; staffed by the Salesians of Don Bosco from 1979 to 2003; and closed in 2003 because of a diminished congregation and structural problems.

In 2013, the premises at 260-262 W. 118th St., southwest corner of St. Nicholas Avenue, in Harlem, Manhattan was sold to a private developer. After extensive renovation, the church building is now used as a concert venue.



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