Oak Park Elementary School District 97 officials will look at a four-story building at 101 Madison St. as a potential new site for the district's central offices, the Wednesday Journal reported Wednesday.
District 97 spokesman Chris Jasculca wrote in an email Thursday that the Oak Park Development Corporation presented the building as an option to the district.
"We are currently looking at a variety of spaces and locations in the community to determine which might be viable options for the administration building," he wrote.
"At this point, we're simply performing our due diligence on this possible option, which will likely include doing a walk-through of the building sometime in the next few weeks to conduct an initial assessment of its feasibility."
District 97 Board President Robert Spatz told the Journal the 15,000-square-foot building would cost about $639,000 and has 29 parking spots.