WEST LOOP — Community members will have the chance to check out preliminary plans for a city guide that will shape infrastructure and design for a large chunk of the West Loop at an upcoming open house Wednesday.
The plan would landmark dozens of buildings along stretches of Randolph and Lake streets and Fulton Market in addition to making recommendations regarding design and construction in the area.
Plans for the historic district were already given initial approval by the Commission on Chicago Landmarks April 3.
Officials from the city's Department of Planning and Development will be on hand to answer questions at Wednesday's community meeting, which will be held in an open house-style forum at the Union Park Field House, 1501 W. Randolph St., from 4-8 p.m.
Chloe Riley chats about the 75 buildings in the West Loop that might get landmark designation: