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Plans are in the works to convert the old Highland Park School into 77 apartments for low-income seniors now living in public housing.
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Scott Elmquist
In the commercial heart of of Six Points at Second and Brookland Park Boulevard, sits Highland Park School.
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In its 106 years, the Highland Park building has gone from school to senior citizen residence
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In the 1990's, the school was home to Brookland Park Plaza, an senior citizen residence.
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The homeless stayed in the building as recent as 2012. They left in a hurry when the building was foreclosed on.
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Community Preservation and Development Corp also purchased a dilapidated church across the street.
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On the second floor is the former school's auditorium.
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Some parts of the building suffered water damage from years of neglect.
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Christopher LoPiano an executive with Community Preservation and Development, says "The school building is fabulous, but we don't want it to become an island surrounded by blighted property."
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Scott Elmquist
In the commercial heart of of Six Points at Second and Brookland Park Boulevard, sits Highland Park School.

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