The walking tour will explore the intersection of the city's architecture and industry.
The project that started last November is chugging along on schedule to wrap up in December.
Tour guides will explore the "overlooked industrial history" of the Southwest Side.
Teardown could take until the end of April on site being eyed for potential big-box retail development.
Site plans showed restaurants, retail, big box stores and parking at 35th and Ashland.
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