Photos: Trinity Presbyterian Church interior demolition

A developer is reusing Trinity Presbyterian Church on Zang for restaurant and office space to accompany a planned apartment development.

Original pans had called for demolishing the 65-year-old church building, but developer Randy Primrose last year changed the plan and is keeping the building.

The development includes a new 3.5-story, 50-unit apartment building facing Sixth Street. The church will be renovated to include a 3,000-square-foot restaurant space, 2,500 square feet of office space and possibly residential units. The complex will have a total of 76 parking spaces.

Find the history of the church, built on the site of the home of J.F. Zang, here.

Interior demolition on the space began last week, and Rick Shafer took these pictures.

By |2016-03-08T10:16:09-05:00March 8th, 2016|Development, News|1 Comment

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  1. grannybunny March 12, 2016 at 1:55 PM

    Trinity was my church. It’s a blessing it’s not being totally demolished, but painful to see these photos and that it will no longer be a church. It was a very special place, devoted to making the World a better place.

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