The Gallery was a planned housing development on the site of the Old St. Nicholas Church, proposed by developer Michael Concannon. The project went bankrupt before the building could be demolished, leaving it in a state of ruins.
- http://thegallerya2.com/ (down)
In the news
- Council creates new "historical blight" district for Greek Church, The News of Ann Arbor, August 2012. (This is fake news.)
After rejecting a proposal to downzone the vacant and decrepit Greek Orthodox church on Main Street before it is auctioned by the county, the Ann Arbor City Council created a new "historical blight" district to make sure the property stays exactly as-is in perpetuity.
- Ex-Greek church on North Main headed to tax foreclosure auction, AnnArbor.com, May 2012
The property - located at 414 N. Main - underwent tax foreclosure after the owners and lender Huntington Bank failed to pay back taxes by the March 31 deadline, said Washtenaw County Treasurer Catherine McClary.
- The Gallery condo project at former Greek Church seeks site plan extension, AnnArbor.com, August 2011
Developers of The Gallery, a sidelined condominium project on North Main Street, recently submitted a request to the city of Ann Arbor for a site plan extension.
- Lender sues over $2.275 million loan on The Gallery condo project in ex-Greek church in Ann Arbor, AnnArbor.com, April 2010
Huntington National Bank is suing North Main/Fourth Ventures LLC, the ownership entity led by Ann Arbor developer Michael Concannon; his business partner, Paul Sieben of Ohio; and 414 N. Main St. LLC, an entity led by Mel VanderBrug of Bloomfield Hills.
The planned Gallery development on North Main Street is among the projects on hold because of difficulty securing financing.