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Michigan Avenue reimagined

A man wears mask as he crosses the Michigan avenue in downtown Chicago, Wednesday, April 22, 2020. Illinois Gov. Jay Pritzker said the state could reopen in stages, with each region facing different restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

Nam Y. Huh

An architect reimagines Michigan Avenue

This time of year, Michigan Avenue is a hectic thoroughfare. But what if it was Chicago’s cultural hub? That’s what Philip Enquist asks in a Chicago Sun-Times column.

Reset envisions what the Michigan Avenue of the future could look like.

GUEST: Philip Enquist, architect and urbanist

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