The Council’s Zoning Committee is scheduled to consider designating three shuttered Chicago Public School buildings as official city landmarks as developers seek to transition the historic buildings into residential uses. Two other former CPS schools, also shuttered in 2013, are the subject of zoning applications to facilitate new uses: one would become a meeting hall for a local union, the other would become a Chicago Housing Authority-owned mixed office and residential building.

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