Exact Construction Date: 1960
Primary Materials: Brick
Secondary Materials: Stone
Architect | Builder: John L. Bartolomeo & Associates
Historic Use: St. Attracta Church
Current Use: Victory Outreach
(at time of survey)
Building Classification: Building
Primary Type: Religion
Interior: scallop shell ceiling, rounded edges, pendant light fixtures, stained glass windows with saints on 2nd floor balcony, same lannon stone as exterior, last supper mural plastered over and no longer visible. Fall out shelter in basement.
Roof Form: Butterfly
Survey Date: 11/28/2011
Related Literature: SUNDAY RITES SCHEDULED BY ST. ATTRACTA Chicago Daily Tribune (1923-1963); May 22, 1960; ProQuest Historical Newspapers Chicago Tribune (1849 - 1987) pg. W10; Mural Reflects Season William C Loewe Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); Mar 26, 1964; ProQuest Historical Newspapers Chicago Tribune (1849 - 1987) pg. W1
Noteworthy Classification Features:
Fan shape building with random bond lannon stone, brown brick, and stone fascia with incised foliage details. The entry way has limestone panels, butterfly roof, and trapezoidal windows.