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1897 St. Luke's Chapel

1897 St. Luke's ChapelThe oldest non-residential building in North Park, the 1897 St. Luke's Chapel is a small, threatened gem built in the Mission Revival style. Historians believe it was designed by San Diego's most prominent architecture firm at the time, Hebbard & Gill, for All Saints Episcopal Church.

The Episcopal Diocese is offering the chapel free of charge to be moved to a new site. They will provide some funding in the form of donating what would be the cost of demolition to whoever moves the building. Please help find a new location for one of San Diego's greatest architect's earliest works.

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