The 104-year-old Dallas High School at Pearl and Bryan streets has been vacant for decades while investors and preservationists squabbled over the site.
Now a California investor who’s held the old building since the late 1990s has hired a broker to sell the property.
“The gentleman that has owned it for years has hired me to get it sold,” said Dallas real estate broker Newt Walker on Tuesday.
Walker — who has sold dozens of high-profile properties in central Dallas — wouldn’t say what the asking price was for the almost 6-acre tract and building. But he said the seller “will be realistic” about the price.
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