This is something of a curiousity in Centretown. Logic says this must be the remnant of a church; the windows and structure suggest a side chapel off what was once a sanctuary. The structure runs most of the length of a city block, with row houses on the north and east sides. What would have been the basement is a parking garage for the homes, and there is a private playground on what would have been the sanctuary floor, now open to the elements. I imagine at some point the church that stood here may have been in a fire, much of it destroyed, and the developer who built what came after found this part of the structure to still be sound and worked with it in mind. The row houses appear to date back to the eighties, while other homes in the neighbourhood date back much further.