St. Lawrence O’Toole was built in 1961 and remains in use by the congregation today. However, the adjoining school closed in 2015.
Roof Form: Gable
Surveyors: Lauren May, John Smagner, Jessica Mavrogenes
Survey Date: 4/3/19
Noteworthy Classification Features:
The campus is comprised of a complex of buildings including a large sanctuary and multiple classroom buildings. The sanctuary has a wide, low-pitched gable roof and dalle de verre windows set in a thick cemintious gold-colored mortar. The remaining classroom buildings have flat roofs. A building in the back of the complex used to be a convent and has a flat roof with sawtooth projecting awnings over the windows. Brick cross designs appear throughout the complex under the windows, in the pillars supporting the flat canopy that extends across the front of the sanctuary, and over the doors of the school buildings.