Detroit is looking for buyers and developers as it prepares to sell 24 vacant schools

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Mar.March 16, 2018 02:05 PM

The Detroit Public Schools Community District has listed 24 vacant properties for sale and is looking for developers to submit proposals for the properties. Ranging from .4-acres to 7.4-acres, the parcels feature the buildings were constructed between 1896 and 1969. The 321,00-square-foot former Cooley High School building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, sits on the largest plot. The properties are listed on the school district’s real estate website. [Curbed]


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