Maggie Daley Park

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Maggie Daley Park
Maggie Daley Park 2014.JPG
December 2014
Type Urban park
Location Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois
Coordinates 41°53′03.0″N 87°37′08.6″W / 41.884167°N 87.619056°W / 41.884167; -87.619056 (Maggie Daley Park)Coordinates: 41°53′03.0″N 87°37′08.6″W / 41.884167°N 87.619056°W / 41.884167; -87.619056 (Maggie Daley Park)
Area 25 acres (100,000 m2)
Created 2012-2015
Operated by Chicago Park District
Status Open all year (daily 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.)
Parking Underground
Public transit access Millennium Station
Website construction information

Maggie Daley Park is a 20-acre (81,000 m2) public park in the Loop community area of Chicago. It is near the Lake Michigan shoreline in northeastern Grant Park where Daley Bicentennial Park once stood.[1][2] Designed by landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh, the park had its ceremonial ribbon cutting on December 13, 2014, and is named for Maggie Daley.[3] The park is bounded by Randolph Street, Monroe, Columbus and Lake Shore Drives.


  1. ^ Sfondeles, Tina (2012-09-27). "Redeveloped park to be named after Maggie Daley". Chicago Sun-Times. Retrieved 2013-07-26. 
  2. ^ Haggerty, Ryan (2012-08-25). "'World-class park' to honor Maggie Daley, 'a world-class lady'". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 2013-07-26. 
  3. ^ Rodriguez, Meredith, Bob Secter, Marwa Eltagouri (2014-12-13). "Hundreds attend Maggie Daley Park ribbon-cutting". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 2014-12-15. 

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