The Boston church that poet T.S. Eliot used to frequent is being converted into condominium units and an office for a real estate investment firm, and if that doesn't just say it all about...gentrification? Or overdevelopment? Or the decline of the American literary tradition? It definitely feels ripe for some kind of interpretation. Somebody (poets? churchgoers?) should be upset about this, it seems like.
· One of Beacon Hill's Oldest Churches Going Partly Condo [Curbed Boston]