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Driving to Our Location
If you're coming from the north, take I-94 E and merge onto I-90 E/I-94 E. Take exit 48B for State Route 64/North Ave, then turn right onto W North Ave. Turn left onto N Ashland Ave, turn right onto W Hubbard St, and you'll see our building on the right.
If you're coming from the south, take I-90 W/I-94 W until you get to exit 51A for Lake St. Turn left onto W Lake St, then turn right onto N Ashland Ave. After 5 blocks, turn left onto W Hubbard St, and you'll see our building on the right.
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Miami, Mascouten, and other Algonquian peoples lived in the Chicago area long before French explorers came to the area in the 17 th
century. Jean Baptiste Point du Sable is considered the first non-native permanent settler in the Chicago area and the founder of the city. The completion of the Illinois and Michigan Canal allowed passage between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River, helping establish Chicago as a major commercial hub. The Great Chicago fire of 1871 devastated the city, but Chicago rose from the ashes in grand fashion to host the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893.
With a population of more than 2.7 million residents, Chicago is the third largest city in the U.S. The Windy City is famous for its live music and improvisational comedy, and the Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower) was the tallest building in the world for almost 25 years. Around 45 millionpeople visit Chicago every year.
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