The Lakeview Low-Line re-envisions the half-mile space beneath the CTA elevated tracks between the Southport and Paulina stations as an exciting Chicago art destination and a fun and dynamic path connecting Lakeview. Phase 1 has been completed, including plazas at Southport and Paulina, new public art and seating, as well as expanded space for the Low-Line Farmers Market. Now planning is underway to start on Phase 2: a pathway connecting Paulina to Ashland, including more art, creative lighting, and a new park on the west side of Marshfield that will immerse Low-Line visitors in an urban forest!
To make this project a reality, the non-profit Friends of Lakeview has kicked off a capital fundraising campaign. Learn more and donate today at http://www.LakeviewLowLine.com.