Adaptive reuse plan for St. Boniface to break cover in March, break ground this summer – Curbed Chicago


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Last night, Noble Square neighbors came together for a public meeting to discuss an ambitious plan to convert St. Boniface Catholic Church into new residences and a campus for the non-profit Chicago Academy of Music (CAM). After sitting vacant for 26 years and facing demolition, the 11th hour deal to save the 1902 Henry Schlacks-designed structure from the wrecking ball was considered one of 2016’s biggest wins for Chicago architectural preservation.

Source: Adaptive reuse plan for St. Boniface to break cover in March, break ground this summer – Curbed Chicago