“We’re very pleased with the transition of the Haber Oaks facility within Crystal Lake South, and we’re glad that we were able to approve a purchase agreement so quickly,” said Adam Guss, Board of Education president.
The property located at 400 Haber Road in Cary previously housed the district’s alternative education program which was relocated to Crystal Lake South High School this past summer. The main building is approximately 13,000 square feet and sits on nearly three acres of land.
The board agreed to sell the property in August and approved a minimum acceptable bid amount of $700,000.
Details of the real estate sale will be released when the sale is finalized.