The Castro district building that’s housed San Francisco’s Metropolitan Community Church for decades will be replaced by two luxury residential buildings, according to one of the people who just paid about $2.3 million for the crumbling church at 150 Eureka Street. There will be a total of four condo units.
David Papale is the agent heading 150 Eureka Street LLC, which closed the sale Wednesday, February 4.
Last Sunday, February 1, the church held its last service at the site before moving to the space it will share with First Congregational Church of San Francisco at 1300 Polk Street. MCC-SF has attributed its move to the high cost of what it would take to repair the Eureka Street building, which is more than 100 years old.
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