Minneapolis Public Schools will sell headquarters

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The headquarters of Minneapolis Public Schools for the past 82 years is up for sale, according to the Star Tribune

The space, which is technically a used light bulb factory, could be used for offices, businesses, or even residences. The city is discussing with the neighborhood what the best use of the space would be.

Just a few weeks ago, the Minneapolis Public Schools headquarters was denied a proposed rezoning of a city block they own at a City Planning Commission meeting, according to Twin Cities Daily Planet

Whether this denial played a role in the headquarters being sold is unclear.

The city will accept purchase offers for the 807 broadway area through Feb. 22.

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