After raising $2 million, a Little Village nonprofit is on track with its plan to convert an abandoned library into an office and community space.
Latinos Progresando, a nonprofit that provides legal aid for immigrants, has raised 80 percent of the funding for a planned adaptive reuse of the old Marshall Square Library building at 2724 W. Cermak Rd.
The community development group, which works on a range of issues including immigration, health, peace and education, wants to convert the former library into a new office, with space for their legal services and the community by next year.
Latinos Progresando is working with Canopy / Architecture + Design.
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