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Crozier Tech Hits the Market

By Greg Janda
|  Sunday, Apr 22, 2012  |  Updated 11:08 PM CDT
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Gallery: Dallas High/Crozier Tech

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Fences, boards, and signs block DART passengers from looking into the original Dallas High School.

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The Dallas Observer's Unfair Park blog reports the site of the former Dallas High School, later renamed Crozier Tech, is now on the market.

As posted on a commercial real estate website, the for sale property includes a 5.42 acre site in Downtown Dallas across from the Pearl Street DART station. The listing does mention the 1.13 acre site of the former Dallas High School as a protected historic district, but claims the remaining land can be redeveloped according to City of Dallas zoning rules.

Built in 1907 with an addition in 1911, the 3.5-story building has been on multiple lists of "Most Endangered" historical landmarks, most recently in 2010.

Nearly two years ago, NBCDFW posted a profile of the site in our Shells of Our City special feature. Click here to read that report and see photos of the site.

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