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“Pullman: Conscious Revitalization of the Overlooked”

  • Things to do, Exhibitions
  • Chicago Cultural Center | Chicago, IL, Loop
Map of confluence Pullman neighborhood
Photograph: Courtesy of Armel Sagbohan
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Time Out says

Pullman has long been recognized for its history as one of the country’s first industrial company towns, and a nexus for the burgeoning U.S. labor rights movement at the turn of the 20th century. Yet while South Pullman receives investments for architectural preservation and revitalization, North Pullman—though built around the same time as its southern counterpart—features neglected buildings in need of restoration. In this new exhibit at the Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago-based architect Armel Sagbohan maps both sides of the neighborhood using photos and sketches to propose a plan to address that divide, envisioning a new future for North Pullman that considers the unique needs of the neighborhood and its residents. 

Details

Address:
Chicago Cultural Center | Chicago, IL
78 E Washington St
Chicago
60602
Cross street:
at Michigan Ave
Transport:
El stop: Brown, Green, Orange, Pink, Purple (rush hrs) to Randolph; Red to Lake. Bus: 3, 4, 6, 10. Train: Elec Main to Millennium Station.
Price:
Free

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