Monday, December 12, 2011

New master plan emerges to transform Union Station

Extravagant proposals to transform Union Station in Chicago from a 1920s passenger depot into a modern transportation center have come and gone like passing trains.As the result of a lot of plans and little action over the years, Union Station, last remodeled in 1992, has become increasingly crowded and uncomfortable. Moves like the one announced last week by Sara Lee Corp. to soon relocate business offices to 400 S. Jefferson Street will undoubtedly attract more commuters who live in the suburbs to Union Station. Continued

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