A few South Loopers were sitting around over the weekend and one of them asked what each of them felt was the most underappreciated spot in their neighborhood. The following list is what came of out of that question. Do you agree? Or do you have others you want to add to the list?
--The wilds of what's left of the railroad yards
--The roof of the 899 South Plymouth Building--mainly because it's impossible to get up there
--The prairie behind the "old Meigs Field."
--The Monroe Harbor area
--Sandmeyer's Bookstore on Printers Row
--Sandmeyer's Bookstore on Printers Row again
--Blackie's restaurant at Polk and Clark
--The Roosevelt Playlot in the "valley" at Clark and Roosevelt (northeast corner)
--Harold Washington Library
--Kroll's Sports Bar at 18th and Michigan
--The landscaping at the Federal Square townhome complex in the "valley" at Clark and Roosevelt (southeast corner)
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