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CHICAGO-The city is selling two buildings at 1801-07 W. Adams St., currently leased to St. Leonard’s Ministries, to the tenant for $1. The not-for-profit corporation has spent more than $1.2 million rehabbing the two buildings, known as Grace House, one block south of the United Center since signing a 20-year lease in June 1999, city officials say.

St. Leonard’s Ministries, based on the West Side, has used the buildings as a residential recovery halfway house for adult female ex-offenders. In addition to Grace House, St. Leonard’s Ministries also operates St. Leonard’s House at 2100 W. Warren Blvd., where it provides transitional housing for men; and St. Andrew’s Court at 50 N. Hoyne, where it provides additional services to men who have completed programs at St. Leonard’s House.

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