Queens church threatened with demolition could be moved

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St. Saviour’s Church, the wooden Queens church built in 1847 by Trinity Church architect Richard Upjohn, could be moved instead of demolished if money is found to pay for the move. Since Maspeth Development bought it in 2005, the church has faced demolition to make way for a housing development. A nearby cemetery, All Faiths in Middle Village, has offered to house the church.  

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