Brady Sullivan acquires historic church.
The company paid $250,000 for the 19th century church and land, Arthur Sullivan, a company principal, told the New Hampshire Union Leader. Brady Sullivan plans to restore the building, doing work such as installing a new roof and healing system, and then donate it to a group that will occupy the structure.
"Ultimately, our plan will be for the church to be preserved, and for a multicultural center to occupy the building," Sullivan said. "We're going to have a committee of people to work with us to identify who the ultimate user will be."
Money from the sale of the church will go to the parish. The church was permanently closed in 2004, and St. Anne and St. Augustin parishes were united into St. Anne-St. Augustin Parish. Earlier this year, the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance included the building on its "Seven to Save" list of endangered historical properties.
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|Title Annotation:||REAL ESTATE & CONSTRUCTION|
|Publication:||New Hampshire Business Review|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Apr 11, 2008|
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