Notre Dame Catholic Church
This Catholic parish in an urban neighborhood with a diverse ethnic makeup outgrew its old worship space, and called on Turner Duran to design a new master plan and phase one facility.
Their new church structure, able to seat over 1,100 worshippers, was built ground-up on the current property, and drew upon the Gothic architecture of the parish’s namesake, the famous cathedral in Paris, to create its architectural theme. The old church and sanctuary was converted to fellowship and youth ministry space.
The project was featured on the cover of the national publication, DCD magazine.