Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and City Colleges of Chicago officials announced a $479 million, five-year capital program last week that relies on $274 million of future borrowing.

The plan calls for investments at all seven of the system’s facilities, including a new $250 million Malcolm X College that would open in 2015. The campus will house the system’s College to Careers programs in allied health.

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