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220-222 east 125th street new york ny united states • 227 west 46th street new york ny united states • 230-232 east 125th street new york ny united states • 65 east 82nd street new york ny united states • anna phillips • applied scholastics • association for better living and education (able) (formerly, "social coordination" or soco) • chloe hilliard • church of scientology religious trust (csrt) • city limits weekly • jerry hines • john carmichael • kaili mcdonnough • karin pouw • leonard greene • mark wellborn • new york • new york observer • new york post • real estate • richard fear • rick ross • sea organization (sea org, so) • village voice • xenu (operating thetan level 3, ot 3, wall of fire)
Reference materials 220-222 East 125th Street New York NY United States
6 matching items found between Jan 2007 and Dec 2007. Furthermore, there are 4 matching items for all time not shown.
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Oct 31, 2007
Church of Scientology expands to Harlem — The Harlem Chronicles
Type: Blog
Author(s): Omar Soliman
Source: The Harlem Chronicles
The six-story building that houses the New York headquarters for the Church of Scientology is located on 227 West 46th St., reserving its place amid an ever-bustling, tourist-laden Times Square.Rendering of the new Scientology complex Inside, over 80 staff members work hard on finalizing community service programs for the Church’s most recent real estate purchase: a 50,000-square-foot property on 125th St. in East Harlem. Valued at more than $13 million, the new property is intended to restore Harlem as a center ...
Oct 7, 2007
Church of Scientology — Columbia Television News (Columbia University, New York)
Type: Press
Author(s): Avi Edelman
Source: Columbia Television News (Columbia University, New York)
Amidst the controversy over Columbia University's proposed expansion into Harlem, another expansion is occurring with far less protest. The Church of Scientology in Harlem, currently operating out of a storefront space on Third Avenue, recently purchased several buildings on 125th street, where they plan to rebuild and expand the church. Scientology, known for its controversial views and prominent celebrity members, has several churches in Manhattan, the largest of which is here in Times Square. They also have a small church in ...
Sep 11, 2007
Xenu Goes Uptown // Scientology Makes a Major Move into Harlem. But why? — Village Voice
Type: Press
Author(s): Chloe Hilliard
Source: Village Voice
Recently, the Church of Scientology announced that it was purchasing three buildings on East 125th Street for an estimated $10 million. Since 2003, the controversial religion had been running a mostly overlooked storefront on Third Avenue between 122nd and 123rd streets, but the new expansion marks a major move into Harlem. The buildings will be fully renovated and turned into not only a church, but a community center with the usual Scientology programs: job training, literacy and drug rehab. Media reports ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 17, 2007
Cruisin' Harlem // Scientology buys chunk of 125th Street — New York Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Kaili McDonnough, Leonard Greene
Source: New York Post
Harlem, beware! The neighborhood long weary of gentrification may soon have to deal with the likes of Tom Cruise, John Travolta and Kirstie Alley. The Church of Scientology, known for its celebrity devotees, is making a big push to expand its empire along 125th Street, purchasing three properties there last week, and planning a major recruitment drive in the neighborhood. The Rev. John Carmichael, president of the church in New York, declined to give details about the purchase, but reports put ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 13, 2007
The spirit moved them: Scientology church grows — City Limits Weekly
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Type: Press
Author(s): Anna Phillips
Source: City Limits Weekly
The church will soon command a higher profile in Harlem. The first thing many subway riders hear as they exit the subway station at 125th Street and Lexington Avenue often is, “Ma’am, do you have stress in your life?” It's an initial hint of one newer brand of religious outreach that continues on street level – and 125th Street in particular has seen its share of street-corner religion, from mainline Protestant denominations to the Nation of Islam. The latest comer is ...
Aug 6, 2007
Church of Scientology Buys More Harlem Property — New York Observer
Type: Press
Author(s): Mark Wellborn
Source: New York Observer
The Church of Scientology has purchased more property on 125th Street, and one of the buyers is listed in city records as Richard Fear. We kid you not. The L. Ron Hubbard-founded religion recently closed on 230 and 232 125th Street for $10.2 million, according to city records. The latter address was formerly the site of the St. Samuel Church of God. In 2003, the Scientologists acquired 220 East 125th Street for $3.45 million. They're currently building a 33,000-square-foot church on ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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