Berkeley Carroll Buys Sterling Place Church

The Berkeley Carroll School recently purchased the Christian Science church at 156 Sterling Place, a couple blocks away from its upper school on Lincoln Place. According to a rep for Berkeley Carroll, the school doesn’t have immediate plans for the property but expects to move some of its offices into the building and eventually use it for assemblies and performances. The church, which the school paid $3,800,000 for, is going to continue to use the sanctuary for its services for the foreseeable future. We don’t know much about the church’s history aside from that it was built in the early ’30s. Anyone know more? GMAP
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  • Dunno how this stacks up on a psf basis but seems not expensive given that the school was probably DESPERATE to get their hands on it

  • Berkely Carrol already has morning and afternoon assemblies there every day. Then they all walk back to their main building. A couple of their teachers hooked us back up with our roof cat, who probably fell off our low roof while preening for students and ended up cowering in one of the windows of the church.