The Only Constant Is Change

In this ever changing world that we live in, Hyde Park is just another example of a neighborhood keeping up with the change in this world. Downtown Hyde Park is the epicenter of the change that we can see today. Downtown Hyde Park is found on 53rd Street and in-between Dorchester Avenue and Lake Park Avenue. Not only is the neighborhood trying to modernize the look of the area, it also wants to keep the area clean. To promote and support the change, The Downtown Hyde Park Chicago Blue Badge Business Program serves all new businesses under one organization to promote the change we are seeing. The Blue Badge Program has put up new trees, new facades, and new bike racks to help create a cleaner look to Downtown Hyde Park. They have also contracted a private company with their Beatification Project, which is to help keep the area clean by picking up litter three times a week. The modifications of Hyde Park have just begun. Click here to visit Downtown Hyde Park's website. And of course visit to see the new changes. Below are photos of some of the new buildings and businesses that have been installed today, as well as new buildings to come.

Bike Rack on 53rd Street.
Solstice on the Park a building under construction on 55th street.

Vue 53; new building located on 53rd street.

'Sophy' a new building soon to be a hotel located not the corner of 53rd Street and Dorchester Avenue.

'Sophy' is the Greek word for knowledge.

Nando's Peri-Peri Chicken located on 53rd Street.

Whole Foods Market located on Lake Park Avenue. 
'City Hyde Park' located on Lake Park Avenue is a multiple use building. For shopping and living.


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