Sixth Church of Christ, Scientist (1902)

Photographed March 28, 2015
Added March 27, 1980 to
National Register of Historic Places
Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin
43.044694,-87.903027

This property has been
placed on the
NATIONAL REGISTER
OF HISTORIC PLACES
by the United States
Department of the Interior

The property is located on northbound North Van Buren Street, north of its intersection with East State Street / Wisconsin Route 32 / U.S. Route 18, at 1036 North Van Buren Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202.

The former Sixth Church of Christ, Scientist, built in 1902, is an historic Christian Science church edifice located at 1036 North Van Buren Street in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was designed in the Gothic Revival and Romanesque Revival styles by noted architect Elmer Grey, who was then based in Milwaukee, but later moved to California where he designed Christian Science churches in Los Angeles and Long Beach. On March 27, 1980, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.[2] On May 17, 1983, Sixth Church was made a locally designated historic site by the city of Milwaukee.[3]
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1036 North Van Buren Street, Milwaukee County, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Historic Name: Sixth Church of Christ Scientist
Reference No. 11438
Year Built: 1902
Architectural Style: Gothic Revival
Wall Material: Brick
Architect: Elmer Grey
National Register Listing Date: 1980-03-27
State Register Listing Date: 1989-01-01




The small marker is mounted to the facade, to the right of the entrance.
The property is now home to brew city church.

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