Olive Street Design is excited to launch a new website for Maggie Daley Park. The former Daley Bicentennial Plaza site has been transformed into Maggie Daley Park, a magnificent lakefront recreation center that is located in the Chicago Loop. The exceptional architect behind the park, Michael Van Valkenburgh, had the ribbon cutting on December 13, 2014. The park is named after the former first lady of Chicago, who passed away in 2011. Construction began two year ago for this $60 million park, which is connected to Millennium Park.
Maggie Daley Park offers something for everyone! Things to do and see include:
- Climbing wall
- Skating ribbon
- Play garden
- Field house
- Tennis courts
- Picnic groves
- Cancer Survivor’s garden
Maggie Daley Park is also available for private events, weddings, and film & photo shoots. There are a variety of programs offered by the park staff at Maggie Daley Park throughout the year. In the summer, day camp and other youth programs are offered in addition to adult focused fitness programs. In spring, fall and winter, there are a number of early childhood classes, sport and cultural programs for youth, and many adult & senior programs.
To learn more about Maggie Daley Park or to take a look at their list of events, you can visit their website at http://maggiedaleypark.com/ or you can contact the park by calling 312-552-3000.