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Kid City Chicago LLC, Chicago IL | Nearby Businesses

1837 W Grand Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

(312) 967-9269

Kid City Chicago is a family owned indoor play space designed for children to explore the function of a city through pretend play. It features a market, playhouse, dress up boutique, and much more. We are also available for parties and events. Bring your child down today and let their imagination run wild! Kid City...where fun and imagination meet! Check our Website to see our Weekend Hours!

Attractions/Things to Do Near Kid City Chicago LLC

Bad Grammar Theater
Distance: 1.5 mi Competitive Analysis
2301 W North Ave
Chicago, IL 60647

Arts and craft community center
Distance: 0.6 mi Competitive Analysis
2231 W Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60623

(312) 687-9824

The Jewelry Affair
Distance: 1.3 mi Competitive Analysis
Westhaven APTS 1939 W Lake St
Chicago, IL 60612

(773) 396-7460

Landmark and Historical Place Near Kid City Chicago LLC

Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
Chicago, IL 60622

Casa MV Perez
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Honore St
Chicago, IL 60622

(312) 656-7394

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Tam gdzie dobrze
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Chicago, IL 60612

North Avenue Bridge
Distance: 1.6 mi Competitive Analysis
1200 W North Ave
Chicago, IL

The North Avenue Bridge can refer to one of three bridges that has carried North Avenue (Illinois Route 64) over the North Branch of the Chicago River on the north side of Chicago, Illinois. A center-pier swing bridge built in 1877 was replaced in 1907 by a bascule bridge, allowing river traffic more room for maneuvering in and out of the North Canal, just north of Goose Island.Due to deteriorating conditions and undercapacity, the bascule bridge was torn down in 2006 to make room for a hybrid suspension/cable-stayed bridge. The suspension/cable-stayed bridge fully opened on May 23, 2008.HistoryAs Chicago grew into a center of industry and commerce in the late 19th century, numerous fixed-span crossings were replaced by center-pier swing bridges, the most common type of bridge that allowed pedestrians and wagons to cross the Chicago River while also periodically allowing ship traffic below. In 1877, one of these bridges was constructed just north of Goose Island.Development of the bascule bridgeThe 1877 bridge and its counterparts, while the most common bridge of the mid-19th century, were criticized by both the shipping and real estate industries of Chicago. As the 19th century came to a close, shipping vessels had grown larger, and the swing bridges' center piers had become navigational hazards. In addition, each swing span required a large clearance around the bridge, preventing the development of docking facilities near the bridge. As open land along the Chicago River grew scarce, real estate and shipping companies grew increasingly critical of the swing spans.