St. Laurence. Illinois Most Endangered Historic Places.




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Closed by the Archdiocese of Chicago in 2002 as part of a parish consolidation plan, the St. Laurence parish served its South Shore community for 118 years. The church and rectory, built in 1911, are part of a larger complex of properties that also include a school and convent.

Both buildings are coded orange in the Chicago Historic Resources Survey, which will trigger a 90-day demolition hold if a demolition permit is sought by an owner.


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