Chicago charter school boasts impressive architecture (w/ Video)

Dec. 8, 2011
UNO Soccer Academy honored for distinctive design.

From The Chicago Tribune: A new $26 million charter elementary school on the Southwest Side of Chicago shows that in economically austere times, schools don't have to have boring, unimaginative architecture. The UNO Soccer Academy is a striking steel-framed structure was developed by the United Neighborhood Organization, which runs 11 charter schools in mostly Hispanic Chicago neighborhoods.

Video from NBC 5 Chicago:

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