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Home » News » Camcar Plastics buys former school building

Camcar Plastics buys former school building

Orchard View sells former elementary school building

Former Jolman School Site
Ochard View school district sold the former Jolman Elementary to Camcar Plastics Inc. (Google Maps)

MUSKEGON, MI - Orchard View school district recently closed on the sale of a former elementary school buildings.

The school district sold former Jolman Elementary School building at 2389 Laketon Ave. to Camcar Plastics Inc.

Jim Nielsen, superintendent of Orchard View school district, said the building had been vacant for nearly three years and for sale during that time period.

He said the sale of the 39,598 square foot was finalized late January. The building was sold for $100,000.

Camcar Plastics Inc. is a Muskegon-based plastic fabrication company. According to a news release, the building was classified as office space but it is unknown what Camcar will use it for.

Jolman Elementary School closed about 10 years ago and was then used for community education programs. Those programs moved to a building the school district purchased at 2900 E. Apple Ave. in 2014. 

The Muskegon Chronicle previously reported the Jolman School building had been plagued with mechanical and boiler issues.