Morton Street Mews Nearing Completion

The Morton Street Mews project is nearing completion, with the final phase being the conversion of the old church building into housing. I took an opportunity to check in on the progress over the weekend, and continue to approve of the direction it is going. I particularly like how the three-story rear addition doesn’t overpower the 1905 church structure. You can read more about the project and the church here.

Morton Mews (The church in the foreground was designed by African American architect William Sidney Pittman in 1905.)

Below, views of the rear addition to the church building.

Morton Mews

Morton Mews

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3 Comments on “Morton Street Mews Nearing Completion”

  1. Gentrify-u Says:

    Fabulous. We need a touch of class. Let’s hope good people don’t get scared by trashy GA

  2. K Says:

    A well done conversion job unlike the poorly constructed grey pop-up with the detached gutters and already peeling siding next door.

  3. Curious George Says:

    This is a great improvement over what was there before. More like this please!


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