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1769 washington street boston ma united states • 300 west harrison street seattle wa united states • 812 s.w. washington street portland oregon united states • aaron spencer • amy rolph • ann pearce • boston globe • church of scientology international (csi) • church of scientology of portland • daily journal of commerce (oregon) • david miscavige: physical violence • excalibur (book) • gwen mayfield-barnard • ideal org • janie har • membership • oregon • purification rundown ("purif") • real estate • robert b. "bob" adams • seattle post-intelligencer • sherlock building @ 320 south west oak street portland oregon united states • steven roy crandell • the oregonian (portland) • washington [state]
Reference materials 812 S.W. Washington Street Portland Oregon United States1769 Washington Street Boston MA United States1812 19th Street NW Washington DC United StatesWikipedia: L. Ron Hubbard House
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Apr 12, 2011
Demolition brings Church of Scientology closer to building new Boston HQ — Boston Globe
Type: Press
Author(s): Cara Bayles
Source: Boston Globe
Demolition began last week on the old Ivory Bean House on Washington Street. After the building began shedding bricks in February, the city's Inspectional Services Department ordered the Bean's owner, the Church of Scientology, to demolish the structure. As far as the church is concerned, it had gotten what it had wanted since it purchased the building in 2008. "Nobody disagrees that the building is in terrible disrepair," said Marc LaCasse, the attorney for the Church of Scientology in Boston. "Its ...
Mar 18, 2011
Demolition imminent for unstable Washington Street building — South End News (Massachusetts)
Type: Press
Author(s): Alix Roy
Source: South End News (Massachusetts)
The Church of Scientology has hired a demolition contractor to take down the historic Ivory Bean building. A historic Washington Street building owned by the Church of Scientology is expected to be demolished next week after bricks fell from the structure last month, prompting the city to cordon off the area in the interest of public safety. According to Attorney Marc LaCasse, the Church has hired a demolition contractor and is expecting work to begin within a week’s time. A demolition ...
Feb 9, 2011
Tough time for Scientologists: A Story in The New Yorker and a lawsuit in Portland — Willamette Week
Type: Press
Author(s): James Pitkin
Source: Willamette Week
It's shaping up to be a tough month both in Portland and nationwide for the Church of Scientology. On a national level, a takedown published this week in The New Yorker can't be good for the religion founded by sci-fi writer L. Ron Hubbard. And locally, Scientologists face a lawsuit filed Feb. 4 by a woman claiming exposure to toxic fumes in a downtown Portland building owned by the Church. The suit filed in Multnomah County Circuit Court claims Teresa Barney ...
Feb 8, 2011
Police respond to report of bricks falling from Washington Street building — Boston Globe
Type: Press
Author(s): Martin Finucane
Source: Boston Globe
Boston police have responded to a building at 1769 Washington St. for a report of bricks falling. They have cordoned off the area, and the fire department and city inspectors are taking a look at the building, said Officer Eddy Chrispin, a police spokesman. The report came in at 5:31 p.m., he said. The Globe reported in September that the Alexandra Hotel, which is at 1769 Washington, was slated for renovation as the Church of Scientology's new 45,000 square-foot headquarters. The ...
Sep 19, 2010
Mayor Menino declares war on owners of dangerous properties in wake of blaze // Crackdown targets ‘life or death’ safety hazards — Boston Herald
Type: Press
Author(s): Jessica Fargen
Source: Boston Herald
City inspectors are embarking tomorrow on a daunting, unprecedented crackdown on owners of vacant and unsafe buildings as officials sound new alarms about the dangers in nearly 150 problem properties. The team from the fire, inspectional services and other departments will start in East Boston and make their way through the city, going into all 147 empty or abandoned properties deemed dangerous by the fire department. “The goal is to put the pressure on these owners of these properties to restore ...
Jul 31, 2010
Scientology church finds new home in Queen Anne neighborhood — Seattle Times
Type: Press
Author(s): Janet I. Tu
Source: Seattle Times
[Ongoing censorship of critical views in the comments section, as confirmed by a Seattle Times official: "Dear readers, As many of you have noticed, many comments have been suppressed in this comment thread. This has not been due to an editorial decision by The Seattle Times, but rather has been due to other readers reporting and flagging abuse. I have gone into the problem queue and unflagged all appropriate comments. Nikolaj Lasbo Online News Producer seattletimes.com"] —– For the Rev. Ann ...
Jul 26, 2010
Scientology ramps up efforts in Seattle, beyond — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Type: Press
Author(s): Amy Rolph
Source: Seattle Post-Intelligencer
L. Ron Hubbard's footprint is growing — in Seattle and beyond. Want proof? The writing is on the western slope of Queen Anne in Seattle. The block letters on the side of a five-story brick building paint a pretty clear picture: "SCIENTOLOGY." Seattle's new Church of Scientology regional headquarters opened its doors last weekend. The streets around the building at 300 West Harrison St. were closed Saturday for a grand opening attended by more than 1,500 parishioners. The next morning, they ...
Jun 8, 2010
Church of Scientology buys Sherlock Building — Daily Journal of Commerce (Oregon)
Type: Press
Author(s): Aaron Spencer
Source: Daily Journal of Commerce (Oregon)
The Church of Scientology last week completed the purchase of the historic Sherlock Building in downtown Portland. The church purchased the building for $6.4 million. Portland-based Butler Brokers managed the sale. The Sherlock Building, at 309 S.W. 3rd Ave., is six stories and 61,430 square feet. It was built in 1894 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The church purchased the building from Seattle-based Urban Renaissance Group, which bought the building in 2007 for $9.75 million. The ...
Jun 8, 2010
The Church of Scientology of Portland says old digs don't work, buys bigger digs downtown — The Oregonian (Portland)
Type: Press
Author(s): Janie Har
Source: The Oregonian (Portland)
The Church of Scientology of Portland is moving into a larger building at Third and Oak. Community affairs director Gwen Barnard said the 12-story Stevens Building at 812 S.W. Washington Street, which the church bought in 2008, lacks the open space needed for a chapel and architects couldn’t make it work. The church purchased the 6-story Sherlock Building at 320 S.W. Oak Street for $6.4 million from the Urban Renaissance Group, an investment partnership based in Seattle. Office space on floors ...
Mar 31, 2010
Church of Scientology selling Stevens Building in Portland — Daily Journal of Commerce (Oregon)
Type: Press
Author(s): Aaron Spencer
Source: Daily Journal of Commerce (Oregon)
When the Church of Scientology bought the Stevens Building in 2008, it told tenants to vacate when their leases ended. Most of them did. Now the Portland building is 42 percent vacant, another 20 percent is used for storage, and the church no longer plans to move in. “It would be nice to have it back to where it was in 2006 - about three-quarters full,” said Steven Ballinger, who has maintained a Princeton University Press sales office in the building ...
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