Welcome to “The Grid,” our in-depth look at Chicago’s neighborhoods. Today’s stop: Printers Row. Printers Row is “pocket” neighborhood between Congress Parkway and Polk Street just minutes from the Chicago Loop. After the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, the area became the Midwest hub of the printing industry with historically significant buildings designed by legendary architects like Daniel Burnham, William Holabird and William Le Baron Jenney. Today, many of those historic buildings remain but the quiet, tree lined streets are now largely residential. Of course, it continues to be a draw for fans of Chicago architecture. Our story includes: The history of Printers Row Architectural marvels Where to dine …and much more! This story on Printers Row is one in a series by the Sun-Times focused on the interesting people and places in Chicago’s many neighborhoods, intended for locals and visitors alike in hopes that all will be inspired to explore our city. We’re proud to welcome Baird & Warner as presenting sponsor of “The Grid.” Leading our video adventure is Sun-Times program host, Ji Suk Yi. Ji visits Printers Row Ji Suk Yi is the host of “The Grid,” produced by the audience team at the Chicago Sun-Times and… Read full this story
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