Church Takes Over Former Salvation Army Spot In Downtown Framingham

FRAMINGHAM – The former Salvation Army in downtown Framingham is now the home for the Apostolic Church Ministry Inc.

The Hope Apostolic Church has been holding services at 35 Concord Street since late October.


Pastor Samuel Fagundes and his ministry formerly held services at Daniel’s Table, at the former registry of motor vehicle on Pearl Street.

Come and celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with us!! #Framingham 12/24/18 at 9 pm

Posted by HOPE – Apostolic Church Ministry Inc on Sunday, December 16, 2018

In April 2018, VTT Management purchased the Salvation Army Building in downtown Framingham at 35 Concord Street. It sold for $1.1 million.

The 31,404 square foot 2-story building, with on-site parking, had been home to the Salvation Army since 1980.

The building was listed for sale January 2017 at $1.57 million, with Gordon Real Estate.

Built in 1951, the building is assessed with the City of Framingham for $2.275 million. The land is valued at $204,300.

VTT Management is owned by Vaios Theodorakos.

VTT Management specializes in the acquisition, revitalization and management of undervalued and distressed real estate. The company purchased its first property in 1987, and owns several properties in downtown Framingham.

The Salvation Army found a new home at 59 Howard Street, but had to close its Miracle Kitchen.

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Photo courtesy of Hope Apostolic Church

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