Junior high is being converted to community center

Aug. 13, 2008
Lawton (Okla.) district is leasing facility to city

The former Central Junior High in Lawton, Okla., is being turned into a community center that will include city offices and conference space. The school district is leasing the 65,000-square-foot building to the city. The renovation project is scheduled to be finished in the next year or two. When the project is complete, a larger conference room will be used by the school district and city offices will line the wide hallways of the school. The architect is Meyer Architects.

To read The Daily Oklahoman article, click here.

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