Archive for June, 2006

Harbor Point and Shoreham Power Outage

Sunday, June 18th, 2006

On Friday from around noon until 9 pm some buildings in the area were without power. It appears the construction crews working on the Tides, the new building that will go up between the Lakeshore Grill and the Shoreham hit three power cables which affected more than two dozen buildings, many of them commercial. Harbor Point at 155 N. Harbor and the Shoreham at 400 E. S Water were without water and electricity for most of the day.

Two articles on the topic:

— One in the Sun Times —
— Another article from CBS2 —

According to CBS2, the Swissotel offered people rooms if they were going to have to spend the night without water and electricity, something good to know to keep in the back of your mind in case another emergency happens in the neighborhood :-)

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Lakeshore East Map

Friday, June 9th, 2006

This map of the Lakeshore East development shows the footprints of existing buildings and the names and outlines of those under construction.

Highlights include the planned locations of the Market and Village Market center underneath the 340 building as well as Aqua and the surrounding gardens.

Click on the map thumbnail below to view the full map.

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Chicago Farmer’s Market

Tuesday, June 6th, 2006

The Farmer’s market at the Lake Street Plaza of the Prudential Building is now open on Tuesdays all summer and much of the fall. It just opened today, June 6th and it will run through Oct. 24th. The hours are 7 am to 3 pm.

We went there and picked up some strawberry jam, habanero cheese, some peas and lettuce, pecans, and a couple other things, my wife and I came home with a pretty full stroller. There are also lots of plants, herbs, bakery goods, honey, and more.

The location is roughly the NEC of Lake Street and Beaubien — or just outside Giordano’s might be a better landmark.

Later in the summer for just seven weeks, Lakeshore East is scheduled to have it’s own weekly Farmer’s market on Sundays — 220 N. Park Dr. Sundays, July 16-Aug. 27.

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