Although not one of the country's larger 'Chinatowns', the main drag on Wentworth Avenue is worth the brief side trip from ... More
Although not one of the country's larger 'Chinatowns', the main drag on Wentworth Avenue is worth the brief side trip from the Loop for the curious. You will find an assortment of shops, restaurants and butchers with skinned ducks hanging in the windows. Fueled by an influx of money from wealthy Chinese developers looking to diversify their holdings outside of Hong Kong, Chinatown is looking to expand its boundaries. A new shopping center was recently completed and Chinatown has reportedly been put on the Mayor's list of neighborhoods up for urban renewal and redevelopment.
Known as "the city of neighborhoods," Chicago is home to 77 diverse community areas, each with rich cultures and traditions.
Explore vibrant communities and learn about heritage and ethnic backgrounds on four hour walking tours that visit national landmarks, ...
Although Union Station is not the travel hub it once was, it is a must see for those interested in
Chicago architecture. The grand hall is breathtaking with giant Roman columns sweeping up to the ceiling, as statues glare ...
The Chinatown Hotel is a perfect hotel for the budget minded traveler, situated four blocks from McCormick Place, approximately nine
miles from Chicago Midway and 19 miles from O'Hare International airports. Nearby are Grant Park and Museum Campus.Hotel amenities ...