David Phuc Tran rehabbed this former adventist church that was practically falling in on itself. Now he wants to turn the place into a restaurant that serves alcohol, but he's meeting resistance from the South Raleigh neighborhood, both for its residential location and for its clash with adventist beliefs. He looks over the building on May 12, 2015.
David Phuc Tran rehabbed this former adventist church that was practically falling in on itself. Now he wants to turn the place into a restaurant that serves alcohol, but he's meeting resistance from the South Raleigh neighborhood, both for its residential location and for its clash with adventist beliefs. He looks over the building on May 12, 2015. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
David Phuc Tran rehabbed this former adventist church that was practically falling in on itself. Now he wants to turn the place into a restaurant that serves alcohol, but he's meeting resistance from the South Raleigh neighborhood, both for its residential location and for its clash with adventist beliefs. He looks over the building on May 12, 2015. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

After years of work, East Raleigh church restoration meets neighborhood objection

May 17, 2015 5:51 PM