Welcome to the Near South Side
Chicago's Near South is a community reborn. It is home to thriving businesses, five historic districts, covers at least eight TIF Districts; and includes major Cultural and Educational institutions in the City of Chicago. Looking today at the area just south of the Loop, from Lake Michigan west to the Chicago River, you'll find a vibrant place where you can live, work, play, study, and shop.
UPCOMING EVENTS IN THE NEAR SOUTH
The Board of Directors of the
Near South Planning Board
Cordially invite you to attend our
General Membership Meeting & Luncheon
Thursday, March 5, 2015
Hyatt Regency McCormick Hotel
2233 S. King Drive
11:30 a.m. - Registration
12:00 Noon - Luncheon & Program
Commissioner Rebekah Scheinfeld
Chicago Department of Transportation
You may have heard about many new developments and proposals planned for the Near South Side. However, the question still remains - How are we going to manage the increased flow of traffic through our streets? What plans will increase the efficiency & equity of our area’s transportation system, meet the traffic flow demands and enhance the livability and vitality of our community?
Join us as Commissioner Rebekah Scheinfeld, Chicago Department of Transportation, outlines some of the major projects the department is undertaking to address traffic issues in the area, from the Wells-Wentworth Connector project to the Museum Campus Transportation Plan and more.
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Near South Planning Board and Health on Earth Wellness Center Presents:
The Natural Approach to Reduce Stress & Related Illness
Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Time: 12 (noon)
Location: Health on Earth Wellness Center,
2332 S. Michigan Avenue
Please RSVP as to your attendance via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 312-987-1980.
THE NEAR SOUTH SIDE - A PLACE TO LIVE, PLAY AND WORK
From young singles to empty-nesters, people are finding homes in new high-rise towers, in rehabilitated coach houses, in lofts converted from old warehouses, or in communities of new townhouses.
Explore our diverse neighborhoods and visit the restaurants, retail shops, museums, galleries and historic sites of spots like Printers Row, Chinatown, the Prairie Avenue Historic District, Motor Row, and Central Station for just a start. Experience amazing events at McCormick Place, the nation's largest convention center; or peruse the White Sox schedule for a home game at U.S. Cellular Field.
All in all, the Near South encompasses many amenities from retail, health care, fitness, churches, hospitals... the essentials that link you to the community. It's also a center for education. Over 24 colleges, universities, and other institutions of higher learning call the Near South home.
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