Chicago River Walk
The project gets more than a million dollars in new funding.
Twice a week, 27 moveable bridges on the river will raise up
Chicago River Revival Festival brings attention to improved water quality, recreational parks, and returning wildlife
The blocks come from the reclaimed foundations of Grand Central Station.
The beef between Alderman Reilly and Streetsblog’s John Greenfield may result in a bike ban or civil disobedience.
The privately maintained pathway is part of the Southbank development.
The crowd-funded project highlights the 28 submarines which traveled down the river during the conflict.
Aimed at improving safety on the crowded waterfront promenade, the proposal has its share of opponents
The existing regulations were adopted in 2014 in response to Trump Tower’s oversized sign.
Studio Gang’s newest boat house took top prize
The spectacular “Pyrotechnic Waterfall” will make a longer, encore showing in early August
Starting this week, the Chicago Riverwalk will offer international food, drink, and music on Thursday afternoons.
The two works are part of Chicago’s 2017 Year of Public Art city-wide initiative.
The waterfront festivities will include architectural tours, boat rides, musical, and other outdoor activities.
Climate-controlled, riverfront geodesic bubbles will be available for rent starting March 17th. Sitting up to six guests, the experience include wine, cheese, and charcuterie.
The Cubs’ win over the LA Dodgers wasn’t the only cause for celebration this weekend as thousands of Windy City-dwellers took advantage of the warm autumn weather and turned out to check out the third and final phase of the Chicago Riverwalk.
The final phase of construction will see the popular waterside public amenity extended westward with the addition of three uniquely designed, block-long segments or "rooms." CDOT aims to complete the project by the end of this year.