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Looking to stimulate your artsy side? At the Museum of Contemporary Art, 220 E. Chicago Ave., visitors can experience the most thought-provoking displays since 1945. The MCA prides itself in being a place for contemplation, stimulation, and discussion about con- temporary art and culture; it includes a gift store, bookstore, restaurant, theater, and terraced sculpture garden. Walk down the street and see the Chicago Fire Dept. Engine Co 98. The building was built in 1904 and continues to serve as a working firehouse today. Afterwards, grab a bite to eat at the new hip sushi restaurant- Arami. The restaurant’s peaceful, garden like atmosphere will put guests at ease and in tune with nature.


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can experience a wide array of top-rated restaurants, high-class shopping, five-star hotels, and an exciting nightlife all within one area. Listed below are six streets that are sure to have something for everyone.


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treeterville’s business landscape combines history, luxury, intellect and adventure. Guests and residents


PEARSON STREET Found on Pearson Street: The Water


Tower Works building, located on 163 E. Pearson St., is home to the Visitor Infor- mation Center, which provides tourists with a vast amount of information about Chicago’s numerous attractions. The building also hosts First Slice Pie Café, where visitors can enjoy ever-changing menu of soups, salads, sandwiches, and desserts made with organic ingredients. A Hot Tix outpost provides theatre en- thusiasts with half-off tickets to Chicago shows, and a small division of the Chi- cago Public Library invites guests who prefer to cozy up and have their nose in a book. Einstein Bagels is a new addition on Pearson Street where visitors can stop in for breakfast, lunch, or a cup of widely acclaimed “Darn Good Coffee.”


The Old Water Tower, which was once considered Chicago’s tallest building, stands proud across Michigan Avenue. The Old Water Tower was built in 1869 with limestone originally from Joliet, IL. The building is an iconic monument since it is one of the few survivors of the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Loyola Uni- versity Chicago’s Water Tower Campus is also located on Pearson Street.


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