United Center Parking: Bulls, Blackhawks, Disney and Gaga

Home to the Chicago Bulls and the Chicago Blackhawks, the United Center also plays host to a variety of events and concerts, making the venue a popular destination for tourists, sports fans and concert goers. This season, aside from regularly scheduled NBA Bulls games and NHL Blackhawks games, the United Center will also be featuring [...]

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Tulips along Michigan Avenue in Chicago

Planning a Visit to Chicago’s Magnificent Mile

The section of Michigan Avenue that runs between the Chicago River and Oak Street is known far and wide as the Magnificent Mile. That name might have originated as a post WWII real estate marketing gimmick, but today, it really is magnificent. In fact, the Mag Mile is among the most prestigious commercial avenues on [...]

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Navy Pier Chicago

Navy Pier Parking: Plan Ahead and You’ll Be Fine

It’s hard to count the many things you can do at Navy Pier. Jutting some 3,300 feet into Lake Michigan, this Chicago landmark offers 50 acres of shopping, dining, cultural activities and other attractions as well—all in a festival-like atmosphere, complete with carousel and Ferris wheel. Considering the opportunities for fun, it’s no surprise that [...]

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Exterior view of Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field Parking: Best Kept Secrets

Forget the “curse” and forget that the Chicago Cubs haven’t won the World Series since 1908 (six years before Wrigley Field was even built), the fans still love their Cubbies and every year more than 3 million of them are drawn to the Friendly Confines. If you’ve made the pilgrimage, you know the real Cubs [...]

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