A Sunday field trip earned a reader a peek into the main sanctuary of the Annunciation Orthodox Cathedral, now being cracked open so a dome can be placed on top (along with more seating down below). The renderings of the planned changes, shown here facing the corner of Kipling St. and Yoakum Blvd., have been updated since they were submitted last year for that variance request application:
Here’s the future view of the Kipling side currently under deconstruction, angled to the west:
The plan (pera few notices sent out in January) is to wrap up construction by around October of 2018.
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Images: Swamplot inbox (photos); Philip Johnson/Alan Ritchie Architects (renderings)