BUFFALO, NY (WIVB) - Nardin Academy has signed an agreement to lease the gymnasium at the former Holy Angels Academy.
The deal comes just weeks after the former school was purchased at auction by Ellicott Development.
Business First reports that Nardin Academy has agreed to lease the gymnasium for athletic competitions during the current school year.
There has reportedly been a lot of interest in the Holy Angels building since the school was closed.
The Holy Angels property is in North Buffalo at the corner of Shoshone Drive and Hertel Avenue.
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