The newest listing at the Christodora House, long a controversial building in the East Village, is something of a good news/bad news situation. Good news: the unit is the never-before-available converted chapel space that's just spent a year undergoing renovation. Bad news: that renovation. There's an 800-square-foot terrace with a sauna, true, but the fireplace and the beams are lacking that historical feel that often makes chapel conversions so appealing. The bathroom, too, has gone for what the brokerbabble calls a "classic modern style with Jerusalem bone flooring, brushed nickel fittings, and a spa-like rain shower with massage shower jets." The price is $1.795 million.