The conversion of Boston churches into condos and apartments is nothing new. Cambridge architect Graham Gund redesigned Back Bay's Mount Vernon Church for condos back in the late 1970s and there were surely others before that. Recently, though, there's been a spate of proposed or completed church conversions from the South End to South Boston to Beacon Hill. They're enough to add at least 127 housing units to the city, something to truly give thanks and praise for nowadays.
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