Former CPS building in Uptown turned into apartments

A former school building in Uptown has been fitted out with 64 apartments that will begin leasing to tenants March 16.

Built in 1905, the former Graeme Stewart School on Kenmore Avenue was designed by Dwight Perkins, who at the time was the Chicago Board of Education’s chief architect. He also designed Schurz and Lane Tech high schools, among¬†many other buildings.¬†Stewart was one of 49 Chicago Public Schools facilities shut down in 2013.


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