The next archbishop of Chicago will live in the rectory at Holy Name Cathedral instead of the archdiocese’s North State Parkway mansion.

The Archdiocese of Chicago also said Wednesday that Blase Cupich (SOO’-pich) would create a committee to study the best uses for the historic mansion. The archdiocese says Cupich made the decision in consultation with Cardinal Francis George and several Chicago priests.

The mansion has been home to Chicago archbishops since it was built in 1885. The residence also has hosted Pope John Paul II and President Franklin Roosevelt.

Cupich is taking after Pope Francis, who chooses to live in the Vatican hotel instead of the papal apartments.

The Vatican announced last month that Cupich would succeed George, 77, who is battling cancer. He takes over Nov. 18.