Cristo Rey H.S. Gets First Approval

January 23, 2018

Cristo Rey Jesuit High School’s plan to purchase and redevelop the former Pick ‘n Save grocery store at 1818 W. National Ave. secured its first approval yesterday. The City Plan Commission unanimously recommended approval of the $20 million project. Leaders of the school envision a substantial redevelopment of the 112,000 square-foot building, with 500 students learning Algebra and History where their parents formerly bought them milk and cereal.

Urban Milwaukee: “Cristo Rey H.S. Gets First Approval”

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