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National Park Service seeks public input on development of historic Pullman Factory site

As the historic Pullman District approaches its second anniversary as an officially designated national monument, the National Park Service has released a lengthy 66-page document detailing various design concepts for the redevelopment and ongoing preservation of the nearly 13-acre Pullman National Monument site.

The agency has offered case studies on a few different redevelopment scenarios for the site, with everything ranging from simply maintaining the current condition of the site while converting the historic Administration Clock Tower Building into a new visitor center all the way to a full transformations of the site that would restore it to different period conditions…Please click here to read AJ Latrace’s story in Curbed Chicago. Click here for more information, or to comment.

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