Turner School may face wrecking ball

Wednesday, January 10, 2001 at 1:00am

The crumbling Turner School building on Nolensville Road, finished in 1925 and used since 1989 as a storage facility for Metro Schools, may soon go the way of The Jacksonian, Father Ryan High School and the Union Rescue Mission building.

The former city school building - which Metro lost ownership of as a result of a deed restriction - has been for sale for $900,000 since late October by the five heirs of Robert W. Turner. None of the heirs lives in Nashville.

To date, only one offer has been made, and that offer was rejected.

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