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CHICAGO"S BOULEVARDS are the city's most overlooked treasures, and one the largest and oldest boulevard system in the nation. The 28-mile system contains 540 acres of green space, and provide a link between seven inland parks and Lake Michigan.

Although originally built on Chicago's outskirts, the boulevards today encircle the heart of the city and are within three blocks of the homes of one out of every six Chicago resident. The longest boulevard segment: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Shortest is Central Park [less than one mile],...

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The construction of Chicago Riverwalk has been in progress for a few years now.   In June 2015, three new pedestrian underbridges were completed:  State Street, Dearborn Street and Clark Street  bridges.

With the progress of Chicago Riverwalk project, some very cool new terminologies are being added to Chi-Town vocabulary, like.. Marine Plaza, Cove and River Theater. By 2016, when the additional underbridges will be completed, we will have Swimming Hole, Jetty and Broadwalk. The entire stretch of Chicago Riverwalk has been divided into districts like Market District, Civic District, Arcade District and Confluence District. This...
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  The Pioneer Court is a small plaza located near the junction of the Chicago River and Upper Michigan Avenue in Chicago's Magnificent Mile. It was developed cooperatively by the Chicago Tribune and the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States in commemoration of the pioneers who contributed to Chicago`s birth, growth and greatness.  

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