A new riverfront path runs south of Harrison in the South Loop. | Mitch Dudek / Sun-Times
The 2,000 foot path is lined with birdhouses and includes a small limestone amphitheater. A new riverfront path built by a private developer — which is being officially unveiled later this week — offers a bit of serenity from the fast pace of life in the South Loop.
Pedestrians can enter the 2,000-foot path from Harrison Street.
The view across the river includes the Old Main Post Office (now hip...
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