Editor's Note: This post was originally published in September 2013 and has been updated with the most recent information.
Although Washington, D.C., has seen any number of school buildings repurposed, churches have lately started to see new lives as well.
The Grace Church Condominiums were a decided forerunner, starting their conversion from church to condos in 1988. However, in the past five years alone, other spots that were once houses of God have started to appear on our radar. If they haven't turned into condos, they've become art galleries or hotels.
Here, Curbed has mapped every church that has not been torn down, but instead refreshed as housing or another use.
As always, if there are any church conversions missing, let us know in the comments.
Note: The mapped points have been listed geographically, from most north to most south.Read More