Philly Is Suing Scientology Over Its Vacant "Cathedral of the Future" - 2013-12-03

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F0.png Philly Is Suing Scientology Over Its Vacant "Cathedral of the Future" December 3, 2013, Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan, Gizmodo

Using $7.85 million in donations, the church bought the 15-story Cunningham Piano building in downtown Philly back in 2007. The idea was to renovate the tower into a "cathedral" called the Philadelphia Freedom Org, which would broadcast L. Ron's message to the good people of greater Philly. Instead, the building has sat untouched for six years.

Now, the city's Department of Licenses & Inspections is taking the church to "blight court," a special municipal court that deals with violations like an ordinance that outlaws any building from boarding up multiple doors and windows (the church's tower has several).

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{{cite news | first = Kelsey | last = Campbell-Dollaghan | title = Philly Is Suing Scientology Over Its Vacant "Cathedral of the Future" | url = https://gizmodo.com/philly-is-suing-scientology-over-its-vacant-cathedral-1475854816 | work = Gizmodo | date = December 3, 2013 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}