PORT Urbanism and R2 Companies Propose Plan to Revitalize Chicago’s Goose Island

03 July of 2015 by

An oblique aerial view of the Goose Island proposal. Image Courtesy of PORT

Hoping to reverse the fortunes of this small but distinctive area of Chicago, real estate development firm R2 Companies and urban planning group PORT Urbanism have teamed up to devise a plan to renew Goose Island. A man-made island with a long history of manufacturing, Goose Island lacks the revenue stream of many other Chicago regions, but the development team hopes to improve conditions by 2025 by enabling it to develop into a sustainable, high-tech neighborhood connected to Chicago’s urban grid.

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