Lowell
By Pam Zubeck Back in 1988, the Lowell School area seemed like a good target for urban renewal. Located generally southeast of Rio Grande Street and Nevada Avenue, dilapidated and abandoned houses dominated the area, while the majestic old schoolhouse, finished in 1902, had fallen into ruin. But with help from the Colorado Springs Urban […]
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