The Bryan School circa 1906 a 40000 square foot historic landmark school building was redeveloped into luxury lofts after the school was closed and sold Photos courtesy of Abdo Development

The Bryan School (circa 1906), a 40,000 square foot historic landmark school building, was redeveloped into luxury lofts after the school was closed and sold.

After School Project

It is easy to understand why people often react so strongly when schools close, and just as strongly when the discussion turns to what to do with those decommissioned schools.

Everyone knows that a school is about so much more than reading, writing, and arithmetic. It is an important part of a community and the repository of special memories for students and alumni. So it is easy to understand why people often react so strongly when schools close, and just as strongly when the discussion turns to what to do with those decommissioned schools.

It is always sad when a school must close its doors or sell any of its property but with increasing tuition rates at

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