A new plan has emerged to save and renovate the St. Francis Xavier School on Troost Avenue and convert most of it into residential units for college students. This replaces a previous, controversial Catholic Diocese plan to demolish and replace the building with a much larger dormitory.
A new plan has emerged to save and renovate the St. Francis Xavier School on Troost Avenue and convert most of it into residential units for college students. This replaces a previous, controversial Catholic Diocese plan to demolish and replace the building with a much larger dormitory. Lynn Horsley Kansas City Star
A new plan has emerged to save and renovate the St. Francis Xavier School on Troost Avenue and convert most of it into residential units for college students. This replaces a previous, controversial Catholic Diocese plan to demolish and replace the building with a much larger dormitory. Lynn Horsley Kansas City Star

Community fought St. Francis Xavier School demolition for years. Now there’s a new plan.

September 03, 2017 04:41 PM