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Author Simons, Robert
Title Retired, Rehabbed, Reborn : The Adaptive Reuse of America's Derelict Religious Buildings and Schools
Imprint Kent, OH : The Kent State University Press, 2017
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Note Cover -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Introduction -- Background Trends -- 2. The Changing Landscape of Sacred Buildings -- 3. A Statistical Analysis of Religious and School Building Rehabilitation in the United States -- Practical Feasibility -- 4. The Architect's Perspective: on Relative Costs and Benefits of Building Rehabilitation Versus New Construction -- 5. Market Analysis Techniques for Religious and School Building Rehab Projects -- 6. Financing the Adaptive Reuse of Religious Buildings and Schools -- 7. Dollars and Cents of Adaptive Reuse of Religious Buildings and Schools -- 8. Winning Community Approval: The Planning Process for Religious Building Adaptive Reuse Projects -- Policy -- 9. The "Highest and Best" in Adaptive Reuses -- 10. From "Temples of Consumption" to "Temples of Faith" -- 11. Conclusion -- Case Studies -- 12. The Red Door Church: Cleveland Heights, Ohio -- 13. Adaptive Reuse of the Dutch Reformed Church into the Jamaica Performing Arts Center: Queens, New York -- 14. Adaptive Reuse of the Deutsche Evangelical Reform Church into the Urban Krag Rock Climbing Gym: Dayton, Ohio -- 15. Adaptive Reuse of Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church into Residential Condos: South Boston, Massachusetts -- 16. Adaptive Reuse of Asbury Methodist Church into Babeville Performing Arts Center, Contemporary Art Gallery, and Corporate Offices: Buffalo, New York -- 17. Archdiocese of St. Louis: Sale of Twenty Church Properties and St. Aloysius Gonzaga Property Reuse into Magnolia Square Residential Development: St. Louis, Missouri -- 18. St. Joseph Church Conversion Case Study: Fayetteville, Arkansas -- 19. West Tech High School: Cleveland, Ohio -- 20. Central Arkansas Case: Schools in Little Rock and Clinton Cultural Campus
21. The Lofts at Albuquerque High: The Adaptive Reuse of Four Former School Buildings with Ancillary Development: Residential, Retail, and Office Development: Albuquerque, New Mexico -- Glossary -- Index
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Simons, Robert Retired, Rehabbed, Reborn : The Adaptive Reuse of America’s Derelict Religious Buildings and Schools Kent, OH : The Kent State University Press,c2017 9781606352564
Subject Church buildings - Remodeling for other use - United States
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Alt Author DeWine, Gary
Ledebur, Larry
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