Well.. you are in luck that I can fill this curiosity for you... :)
It started out as a now landmark(in 1966) Gothic Revival church built in 1844 then known as "one of the most influential buildings of the 19th century", later after some financial issues it was sold and transformed into Limelight(1983) then Avalon (2003) both dance clubs where the likes of Christina and Britney performed, changing in a super cute pop up boutique, Limelight Marketplace, to also sharing space with a fabulous historic looking wine bar...?!
This is all correct my friend, and is it called "Church of the Holy Communion". Only in NYC ;)
I was lucky enough to visit the shops, which I do recommend. They are set up normally, however the architecture has a lot of visual appeal. I also recommend, Château Cherbuliez, not only because I am an obvious lover of France but also for the decor, vibe, fabulous vin and it houses the largest outside garden in NYC seating up to 100 people. The most fun part I found out in my research... it also holds "a 'secret' private dining room"! I cannot wait to get in there now.. new mission...
Last fun fact, news to me, in the late 1800's this area becoming very fashionable it was nicknamed the "'Ladies' Mile' shopping district".
I think I have given you reason enough to at least stop by... haven't I ;) Enjoy mon amie!