The city of Chicago is so committed to being "green", they dye the Chicago River green every March!
So where else would we hold this event but in the heart of Chicago at the Chicago Cultural Center. The landmark center is convenient to hotels, businesses, transportation and all the Chicago sights.
The Chicago Cultural Center:
Designed by the Boston firm of Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge as the first home of the Chicago Public Library, the Chicago Cultural Center was completed in 1897. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on July 31, 1972, and was designated a Chicago Landmark by the City Council on November 15, 1976.
The Beaux Arts style was influenced by the buildings of the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition. The building's interior features rooms modeled on the Doge's Palace in Venice, the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, and the Acropolis in Athens. Its lush ornamentation includes two stained-glass domes, rare marbles inlaid with mosaics, and intricate, coffered ceilings.
78 E. Washington St.,
Chicago, IL 60602
+1 (312) 744 - 6630
Chicago is one of the greenest cities in America. Experience one of the city's many green attractions, visit a functioning green roof, learn what makes a hotel 'green', and discover how to help keep Chicago green by clicking here.
The Chicago Cultural Center is located within blocks of several CTA (Chicago's public transportation) stations. Information about local transportation and getting to Chicago can be found here.
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