Placemaking at the Polish Triangle - Metropolitan Planning Council

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Placemaking at the Polish Triangle

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In 2009, MPC teamed up with WPB (the Special Service Area for Wicker Park and Bucktown neighborhoods) to transform the Polish Triangle, located at the intersection of Division Street, Ashland Avenue, and Milwaukee Avenue, into a well-used public space. Through an online network group, online survey, and open house, more than 700 people contributed their ideas for transforming the space. This report summarizes this input and identifies ways to implement some of the changes recommended by residents.

This page can be found online at http://www.metroplanning.org/multimedia/publication/417

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