Arts Plaza Proposed for Lincoln Square
Connect Chicago Commercial Real Estate News / October 12, 2020
A new arts plaza would be developed in the North Side’s Lincoln Square through a financial proposal introduced to City Council recently by Mayor Lori Lightfoot, the city’s Department of Planning and Development announced.
Partly financed by $57,000 in Open Space Impact Fees, the Ainslie Arts Plaza would replace an underutilized, half block-stretch of Lincoln Avenue between Gunnison and Ainslie streets. The plaza would include planters, a festival tent, storage shed, fencing, picnic tables, murals, movable seating, hammocks, food truck parking, landscaping, signage and lighting. Read more HERE