Moonies sell long time Beacon Hill pied-a-terre that was originally a mansion for the family that built Jordan Marsh

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Earlier this month, the Unification Church sold the 46 Beacon St. residence and former club it had owned since 1976 to a pair of local developers, according to Suffolk County Registry of Deeds records.

The church, officially the Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity, Inc., although more recently the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification, sold the five-story building for $20.5 million to developers Geoff Caraboolad and Jim Keliher of Mainsail Management, which both develops and manages residential buildings in Boston.

The church paid $475,000 for the building on an 8,000-square-foot lot in a foreclosure sale in 1976. It still has a center in Gloucester.

Being on Beacon Hill, of course, the building has a history.

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