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Hyde Park Farmers Market

The Hyde Park Farmers Market Postponed Until 2021

Downtown Hyde Park Chicago/Special Service Area (SSA) #61 had to make a very tough decision and announced that the 2020 Hyde Park Farmers Market, like several other major events, will be POSTPONED until spring of 2021.

The weekly market, which typically runs from June through October, would have been displaced from its usual spot because of Harper Court Phase II construction, but the ongoing pandemic rendered it impossible this year. We know that small businesses, like Farmers and Artisans, are hit hard during COVID-19. During this challenging time, we invite small businesses to schedule free business consultations so that we can help assist with various grants, emergency funds, and business planning. Please view the open letter for contact info.

Letter to Farmers and Artisans


FARMERS AND ARTISANS LIST

Please continue to support these vendors:

  • Smits Farms
  • Lyons Farms
  • Steven Frank Farms
  • Six Generations' Farmin' Local
  • A Great Generation
  • Absolutely Anything Essentials
  • A Versatile You
  • Academy Group
  • Anderson Organics
  • Anna's Kombucha
  • B. Nutty
  • Bani's Beets
  • Better Belly
  • BeYOUtifully Abundant
  • Delicious Choice Popcorn
  • Devonia Reed Books
  • Dr. Herbal Hair Care
  • Education First
  • Elane' Taylor
  • Emeche Baked Goods
  • GEOSUFF
  • Habibi's Pastries, LLC
  • Jake's Market Organics
  • Journey: One Bar at a Time
  • Obama Foundation
  • La Farine Bakery
  • Love Matters
  • Mac Properties
  • Main Street Legacy Products
  • Marilyn's Bakery
  • Mr. William Balentine
  • Murex Global LLC
  • Natural Refinery
  • Not Just Cookies, LLC
  • Pearle Vision
  • Soap Junkii, LLC
  • Steven Frank Farms
  • Sweet Finds by Marge
  • Taylor's Tacos
  • That Pickle Guy
  • The Foodie's Spot
  • Tutoring Chicago
  • Twisted Rose Metal
  • Uppitea
  • Vanille Patisserie
  • Westside Bee Boyz, LLC
  • Zion Wellness Center

NEW VENDORS: SET UP YOUR ACCOUNT AND REGISTER TODAY

Spring is just around the corner and we would like to invite you to return or make you inaugural debut to the Hyde Park Chicago Farmers Market and Artisan Goods. We have added artisan goods to the line up of possible vendors. We encourage brick and mortar businesses to participate for an added revenue stream. Click to Apply


Shared Ride

Uber and Lyft services are easily accessible to and from the business corridor. Divvy bikes are available at several locations. Click Here for Divvy stations.

By Car

Downtown Hyde Park is accessible both by Lake Shore Drive, US-41 and the Dan Ryan Expressway, I-90/94.

Parking

Harper Court Private Drive - There are a limited number of metered quick parking spots located on the private drive at the west end of the drive by Harper Avenue.
Harper Court Garage - The entry ramp is located on Lake Park Avenue just south of 52nd Street.
Harper Avenue Surface Lot - Located just north of the Harper Theater and Kilwin’s between 52nd and 53rd Streets.
Parking is available via ParkMobile and SpotHero.

Lake Shore Drive

From Lake Shore Drive, you can get to Downtown Hyde Park using the Hyde Park Boulevard, 53rd Street, or 57th Street Exits.

Dan Ryan Expressway

From the Dan Ryan Expressway, use exit 57B to head east on Garfield Boulevard. Continue on Garfield Boulevard until you reach Lake Park Avenue, and you will have arrived.

By Train

The Metra Electric District line of Chicago’s Metra commuter rail serves downtown Hyde Park. Hyde Park stations include the 51st/53rd Street Station, the 55th-56th-57th Street Station, and the 59th Street, University of Chicago Station. View tickets and schedules at the Metra Website.

By Bus

Downtown Hyde Park is served by the following CTA Bus Lines:

  • #2 – Hyde Park Express
  • #4 – Cottage Grove
  • #6 – Jackson Park Express
  • #10 – Museum of Science and Industry
  • #15 – Jeffery Local
  • #28 – Stony Island
  • #55 – Garfield
  • #59 – 59th/61st

A Postcard from the Field: Chicago’s Valois Cafeteria

Dateline NBC's Lester Holt sat down to interview President Barack Obama January 2017. They went to the perfect place… a spot Obama has been frequenting for decades. Valois Cafeteria in Downtown Hyde Park.


NBC5: Small Business Saturday 11-26-2016

Small Business Saturday, started by American Express, is intended to support small businesses the day after Black Friday--which favors big box stores. NBC 5's LeeAnn Trotter reports and features comments from Wendy Walker Williams, SECC Executive Director and Eric Williams, owner of the Silver Room on 53rd Street (Downtown Hyde Park). #ShopLocalChicago


ABC7: Small Business Saturday 11-26-2016

After Black Friday comes Small Business Saturday, when locally owned businesses make a push for your holiday shopping dollars. This year, Small Business Saturday kicked off its celebration of all things local with everything from live music on the sidewalk on the streets of Hyde Park to a DJ and aerial dancers in River North.


WTTW: CHECK PLEASE! Nov 2016

WTTW's Check Please! featured one of Downtown Hyde Park's most recognized restaurants, Valois (1518 East 53rd Street). “An untouched, classic cafeteria with excellent food, great prices, and unbeatable atmosphere.” Valois is now one of the most recognizable spots to eat even before endorsements from President Obama.

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WTTW: CHECK PLEASE! Nov 2015

WTTW's Check Please! featured one of Downtown Hyde Park's favorite spots in Harper Court for Season 15. Ja' Grill (1510 East Harper Ct) is the place to go in Chicago for perfectly prepared Jamaican cuisine. You’ll discover incredibly vibrant flavors with the jerk and curry dishes, as well as classics like plantains, rice & beans, oxtail and goat dishes. The vibe is cool and lively.

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12:PM – Lunch

Start your Hyde Park Chicago experience by visiting Chant restaurant at 1509 East 53rd Street (773-324-1999) for a scrumptious lunch inspired by global cuisine. Chant’s offerings are not to just to feed the body; but the mind and soul as well.

1:30 PM – Shopping

Walk across the street to Harper Court to shop the local shops such as Villa the premier lifestyle fashion retailer, or Ulta Beauty for your beauty products. After leaving Ulta dip into Starbucks for that afternoon Latte you have been craving.

2:30 PM – Movie

An afternoon matinee in Hyde Park is a great stop for family and friends. Harper Theater shows the latest popular movies without the inflated ticket prices. The expanded concessions also make it a great stop for an adult beverage or cocktail.

4:00 PM – Treat Yourself

If you did not fill up on popcorn and candies at Harper Theater, stop by Kilwins next door for the finest quality traditional down-home confections and Ice Cream. How could you resist? We all scream for Ice Crème?

About

2020 Meeting Schedule

Meeting locations are date-specific and scheduled for Tuesdays. Meetings are held at the Polsky Center for Innovation (Jackson Park Conference Room) unless otherwise announced. To participate in virtual meetings by conference phone, please contact Brandon Evans by e-mail brandon@secc-chicago.org

  • January 28, 2020 - 11:00 am* NEW DATE
  • February 18, 2020 - 11:00 am
  • March 24, 2020 (Canceled / COVID-19)
  • April 28, 2020 - 11:00 am | Virtual Meeting
  • May 26, 2020 - 11:00 am
  • June 23, 2020 - 7:00 pm
  • July 2020 - No Meeting Scheduled
  • August 25, 2020 - 11:00 am
  • September 22, 2020 - 7:00 pm
  • October 27, 2020 - 11:00 am
  • November 2020 - No Meeting Scheduled
  • December 8, 2020 - 11:00 am
Please visit the other ABOUT tabs for additional details.

Request for Proposals - RFPs


Special Service Area #61 - Downtown Hyde Park Chicago periodically releases a request for proposal (RFP) for services to be procured from 3rd party suppliers. Below you will find recent RFP opportunities.

  • RFP - 2020 Litter Abatement and Recycling Services DOWNLOAD RFP
  • Thank you to all of the responders.

Special Service Area #61 Sanitation Rebate Program

CHICAGO, IL – The Special Service Area #61/Downtown Hyde Park Chicago will release $27,000 in reallocated budget funds to support business owners in the SSA’s geographic footprint. The funds are available through the Reopen, Rebate, Reboot: Special Service Area #61 Sanitation Rebate Program. Eligible expenses for the rebate program include personal protective equipment (PPE), cleaning supplies and ancillary sanitation supplies. Eligible businesses in the SSA’s footprint can submit receipts for any of these expenses incurred since March 15, 2020. Each business can receive a one-time rebate of up to $300 dollars. Additionally, applicants can request a SSA #61 branded social distancing floor decal as well as window posters with CDC recommended guidelines. The program will start accepting rebate applications July 2, 2020 and will continue until September 1, 2020 or when designated funds are exhausted. Businesses can apply at: Online

Silver Room Block Party

On July 20, 2019, the 16th Annual Silver Room Sound System Block Party was held in Downtown Hyde Park for the fourth consecutive year. Nearly 46,000 people attended the all day event that incorporated three stages, 150+ artists/performers, 90+ vendors, 8+ satellite locations and 1,000 roller skaters on a 10,000 square foot skating rink. To read more, click here to download the report.

About SSA #61

Downtown Hyde Park is the creation of Chicago Special Service Area #61, which is comprised of the 53rd and 55th Street corridors connected by Lake Park Avenue. Special Service Areas, known as Business Improvement Districts or BIDs in other cities, are local tax districts that fund expanded services and programs through a localized property tax levy within contiguous areas. The enhanced services and programs are in addition to those currently provided through the City.

SSA-funded projects typically include but are not limited to: public way maintenance and beautification; district marketing and advertising; business retention/attraction, special events and promotional activities; auto and bike transit; security; facade improvements; and other commercial and economic development initiatives.

The City contracts with local non-profits, called Service Providers, to manage SSAs. Mayorally-appointed SSA Commissioners for each SSA district oversee and recommend the annual services, budget and Service Provider Agency to the City. For additional information, visit the City of Chicago's SSA Program online or download this presentation.

Current SSA Projects

  • Beautification and Maintenance
  • Business District Capacity Building
  • Economic Development
  • Brand Identity Strategy

SSA Special Events Funding Program

To nurture and build public awareness of the neighborhood’s unique history and culture through the sponsorship of public programs and initiatives that enhance the quality of life within the Hyde Park community, SSA #61 sponsors public events that demonstrate a measurable benefit to the community and foster community growth and development, with a focus on Downtown Hyde Park's continued growth as a destination for residents, visitors and tourists.

Click here for 2019 Special Events Funding program details.


2019 Meeting Schedule

Meeting locations are date-specific and scheduled for Tuesdays. Meetings are held at the Polsky Center for Innovation (Jackson Park Conference Room) unless otherwise announced.

  • January 22, 2019 - 11:00 am
  • February 2019 - No meeting scheduled
  • March 26, 2019 - 7:00 pm
  • April 23, 2019 - 11:00 am
  • May 21, 2019 - 7:00 pm
  • June 25, 2019 - 11:00 am
  • July 23, 2019 - 11:00 am
  • August 27, 2019 - 7:00 pm
  • September 24, 2019 - 11:00 am
  • October 22, 2019 - 11:00 am
  • November 2019 - No Meeting Scheduled
  • December 3, 2019 - 11:00 am
  • Meeting times are date and location dependent.


2016 Annual Report

In January 2013, a group of Hyde Park business leaders began discussing various ways to improve and promote the commercial business corridors along 53rd and 55th Streets. In 2014, Special Service Area #61 was established with the strategic mission To enhance and maintain a vibrant, pedestrian friendly, neighborhood commercial district that reflects the culture of Hyde Park, serving local stakeholders and attracting visitors.

In 2015 the SSA was successful on several fronts which are described in more details on the following pages. The most visible was promoting the district as Downtown Hyde Park. More than just a brand, the Downtown Hyde Park concept creating a single contact point to attract visitors, new businesses and provides the opportunity for a consistent look throughout the neighborhood.

2016 was an incredibly successful year for Downtown Hyde Park SSA #61. We should all take great pride in the success of the various programs, initiatives, and accomplishments highlighted in the Annual Report. As the Service Provider for the SSA, the SECC has been a thoughtful steward of this awesome responsibility ensuring the quality and success of projects such as public way maintenance and beautification; district marketing and advertising; business retention/attraction, special events and promotional activities and other commercial and economic development initiatives benefit increase the vitality of the Downtown Hyde Park business corridor.

Click here for 2016 Annual Report.

SSA Service Provider

The South East Chicago Commission (SECC) led the initiative and efforts to establish the Hyde Park Special Service Area (SSA) #61 by working collaboratively with local stakeholders. The result of these efforts was the creation of the SSA, which was officially approved in January of 2014.

The South East Chicago Commission (SECC) works to enhance the quality of life in five south side communities: Hyde Park, Kenwood, Oakland, Washington Park, and Woodlawn. Located just a few miles from downtown Chicago with easy access to the magnificent lake Michigan shoreline, our communities offer a wealth of opportunities to businesses and residents alike.

The commission is dedicated to its mission to achieve its work and goals.

The mission of the SECC is to (1) facilitate and support economic development within the Southeast lakefront communities of Hyde Park, Kenwood, Oakland, Washington Park and Woodlawn and (2) foster collaboration and coordination among businesses, organizations and institutions to promote the creation of jobs, community investment and economic vitality.

Business Directory

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The Downtown Hyde Park Chicago Blue Badge Business Program invites retail and service businesses within the SSA footprint to embrace the Downtown Hyde Park Chicago Blue Badge and participate in neighborhood-wide events, and experiences. The Blue Badge will readily identify your establishment as participating in advertising and marketing geared towards, residents, visitors, and tourists. In the coming months you will be invited to participate in, advertising promotions and promotional events at no cost to you.
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Events

Downtown Hyde Park Chicago (SSA #61) is the epicenter of dining, shopping, entertainment, and culture in Hyde Park, one of Chicago's most vibrant neighborhoods. Visitors, neighbors and residents are all invited to see what's happening in Hyde Park Chicago.
FEATURED EVENTS
HYDE PARK CHICAGO 2020 . Shop, eat, and drink locally with friends, family or loved ones throughout the year.




Silver Room Block Party 2018


The 15th Silver Room Sound System Block Party was held Saturday, July 21, 2018.

This year’s theme of “Beautiful People” expressed a heartfelt appreciation community, bringing people together through art, music, dance, and celebration of not only our commonalities but our differences as well. The day started off rainy and the rain persisted, but the sun could not be stopped! New events, vendors and entertainers filled the streets with a "beautiful" presentation of people at their best and happiest. This year’s Block Party hosted nearly 40,000 attendees.

Silver Room Block Party 2017


Silver Room Sound System Block Party was held Saturday, July 15, 2017.

This year’s theme of “We Speak” definitively brought people together through art, music, dance, and celebration of not only our commonalities but our differences as well. With perfectly sunny weather and 80°F temperature, this year’s Block Party hosted nearly 30,000 attendees.


57th Street Art Fair 2017


57th Street Art Fair was held Saturday, June 3-4, 2017.

The annual summer art fair in the Hyde Park neighborhood showcases different categories of art such as paintings, mixed media, wood carving, pottery, and much more. The festival takes place on 56th and 57th and Kimbark Street in Hyde Park Chicago from 11am-6pm Saturday and 10am-5pm Sunday.

"Hyde Park itself is a family friendly experience, so why not travel over to the annual 57th St Art Fair to browse and buy the beautiful art. And while you’re at it, visit the historical sights, museums and other local businesses." - Rose Phillips Online


2016 Small Business Saturday


Small Business Saturday holiday shopping kick off events were held Saturday, November 26, 2016.

The Downtown Hyde Park business district was activated at JOJAYDEN Shoes & Accessories including free appetizers by CHANT RESTAURANT and NOODLEs etc., with live music by LOW END THEORY DRUM ENSEMBLE in front of A10 restaurant. We also enjoyed another special visit from White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett who shopped at MODERN COOPERATIVE.

Kick off events are supported by the South East Chicago Commission, Downtown Hyde Park, Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce, 51st Street Business Association, Quad Communities Development Corporation, and University of Chicago Office of Civic Engagement.






Hyde Park First Thursdays


Hyde Park First Thursdays are held monthly in Hyde Park Chicago | 53rd + 55th + 57th Street from 5:00pm - 8:00 pm. The monthly events feature discounts, dining, music, and fun at 40+ participating stores and restaurants. Check out First Thursdays though November 2016. #HPTHURS

2015 Downtown Hyde Park Fest in Review


The first annual Downtown Hyde Park Fest was held September 18-20, 2015 highlighting family fun in the picturesque Harper Court on 53rd Street. Hosted by the Special Service Area Hyde Park a.k.a Downtown Hyde Park, the festival was attended by more than 3,000 guests!

Community

South Side Small Business Grant

UChicago will offer short-term bridge funds to provide immediate interim relief and help these impacted small businesses sustain themselves and support their employees.

Grant funds are limited and will be awarded in amounts up to $7,500. Funds are available for the following uses: general operating expenses (payroll, rent or mortgage payment, supply chain management etc.).

There are nine (9) neighborhoods eligible: Douglas, Grand Boulevard, Greater Grand Crossing, Hyde Park, Kenwood, Oakland, South Shore, Washington Park, and Woodlawn


For grant details, click here to visit University of Chicago's COVID-19 Updates.


Silver Room Block Party

On July 20, 2019, the 16th Annual Silver Room Sound System Block Party was held in Downtown Hyde Park for the fourth consecutive year. Nearly 46,000 people attended the all day event that incorporated three stages, 150+ artists/performers, 90+ vendors, 8+ satellite locations and 1,000 roller skaters on a 10,000 square foot skating rink. To read more, click here to download the report.

On July 21, 2018, the 15th Annual Silver Room Sound System Block Party was held in Downtown Hyde Park for the third consecutive year. Nearly 40,000 people attended the all day event that incorporated three stages, 140+ artists/performers, 75+ vendors and 12+ satellite locations. To read more, click here to download the report.

On July 15, 2017, the 14th Annual Silver Room Sound System Block Party was held in Downtown Hyde Park for the second consecutive year. Nearly 30,000 people attended the all day event that incorporated four stages, 130+ artists/performers, 75+ vendors and multiple satellite locations. To read more, click here to download the report.


GROUPON PRESENTS: Discover Downtown Hyde Park

Join Downtown Hyde Park Chicago, South East Chicago Commission, and Groupon for an informative session on Wednesday August 28, 2019 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm, hosted by the Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation located at 1452 E 53rd St Chicago, IL 60615

Learn how your business can join the Discover Downtown program for Hyde Park and increase you business sales! REGISTER ONLINE

Hyde Park Retailer Forum

You are cordially invited to the Hyde Park Vitality Committee's upcoming 2019 Event Calendar Meeting on Tuesday, April 16 from 2-3:30 p.m. at Harper Court, 5235 S. Harper Court in Conference Room #1121. Light refreshments will be served. EVENT ENDED

Bike Racks

The Special Service Area recently installed sixty new bike racks throughout the SSA footprint. The additional bike parking includes the Chicago Hoop racks (like the existing racks) and Downtown Hyde Park branded racks. To read more, click here to download the press release.

New Trees

The South East Chicago Commission in conjunction with the SSA replaced sixteen trees that were removed due to the ash borer beetle. These trees were replaced along 53rd street. This removes the trip fall hazard caused by tree stumps. The SSA will replace additional trees in 2016.

Beautification Projects

The SSA contracts with a private company to compliment the city in keeping the business footprint clean. We remediate litter three times a week within the foot print. One of the other things we do is hang colorful banners and provide for eighty six flower basket ornamentation year round.

Facade Program

The SSA is developing a Façade program to assist brick and mortar businesses with an upgrade of their current facades. We will perform a pilot façade that we envision to be completed by the end of 2015.

For more information visit: www.secc-chicago.org

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Hyde Park Calendars

VIEW THE DOWNTOWN HYDE PARK CHICAGO CALENDAR  

Chicago Reader: Hyde Park Events

Launch Calendar: Click Here

Hyde Park Village

Launch Calendar: Click Here

Hyde Park-Kenwood Community Conference

Launch Calendar: Click Here

Promontory Chicago | Music

Launch Calendar: Click Here

The Silver Room

Launch Calendar: Click Here

Affordable Housing Coalition for Equitable Community Development

1525 E 53rd St
Suite 907
773-288-8343

Center for Population Economics

1311 E 57th St
773-753-0888

Chicago Child Care Society

5467 S University Ave
773-643-0452

Chicago Hyde Park Village

5500 S Woodlawn Ave

Harper Court Arts Council

1525 E 53rd St
Suite 720
773-363-8282

Heartland Alliance

1709 E 53rd St
773-624-6148

Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce

1715 East 55th Street
773-288-0124

Hyde Park Jewish Community Center (JCC)

5200 S Hyde Park Blvd
773-753-3080

Hyde Park Kenwood Community Conference

1525 E 53rd St
Suite 907
773-288-8343

KC Care

1525 E 53rd St
Suite 716
773-363-4000

Office of Democratic Committeewoman Toni Preckwinkle - 4th Ward

1516 E 53rd Street
773-288-0000

Office of State Representative Barbara Flynn Currie - 25th District

1303 E 53rd St
773-667-0550

Office of State Senator Kwame Raoul - 13th District

1509 E 53rd St
Suite 2A
773-363-1996

Quadrangle Temporary Agency

1525 E 53rd St
Suite 416
773-947-8147

Service for Peace

5202 S Ingleside Ave
1-S
773-255-5937

Shawn Knight Holland Scholarship Foundation

5400 S Hyde Park Blvd
Unit B-3

South East Chicago Commission (SECC)

1511E 53rd St
2nd Floor
773-324-6926

South Side Help Center

1525 E 55th St
Suite 300-A
773-701-4246

The Chicago Wisdom Project

5655 S University Ave 646-285-8263

University of Chicago - Enrico Fermi Institute

933 E 56th St

Transportation

Traveling By Car

Downtown Hyde Park is accessible both by Lake Shore Drive, US-41 and the Dan Ryan Expressway, I-90/94. Consider using Uber or Lyft for car service.

Lake Shore Drive

From Lake Shore Drive, you can get to Downtown Hyde Park using the Hyde Park Boulevard, 53rd Street, or 57th Street Exits.

Dan Ryan Expressway

From the Dan Ryan Expressway, use exit 57B to head east on Garfield Boulevard. Continue on Garfield Boulevard until you reach Lake Park Avenue, and you will have arrived.

By Train

The Metra Electric District line of Chicago’s Metra commuter rail serves downtown Hyde Park. Hyde Park stations include the 51st/53rd Street Station, the 55th-56th-57th Street Station, and the 59th Street, University of Chicago Station. View tickets and schedules at the Metra Website.

By Bus

Downtown Hyde Park is served by the following CTA Bus Lines:
  • #2 – Hyde Park Express
  • #4 – Cottage Grove
  • #6 – Jackson Park Express
  • #10 – Museum of Science and Industry
  • #15 – Jeffery Local
  • #28 – Stony Island
  • #55 – Garfield
  • #59 – 59th/61st
 

Divvy

Hyde Park is also serviced by the City of Chicago’s Divvy bikesharing program for $3.00 for 30mins or $15 for 3-hours.

Hyde Park Divvy Stations:

  • Hyde Park Boulevard & Blackstone Avenue
  • Hyde Park Boulevard & Cornell Avenue
  • 53rd Street & Ellis Avenue
  • 53rd Street & Kimbark Avenue
  • 53rd Street & Lake Park Avenue
  • 55th Street & Ellis Avenue
  • 55th Street & Woodlawn Avenue
  • 55th Street & South Shore Drive
  • 56th Street & Lake Park Avenue
  • 57th Street & University Avenue
  • 58th Street & Ellis Avenue
  • 59th Street & Harper Avenue
  • Museum of Science and Industry

SSA ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Next SSA Meeting: June 23, 2020 – 7:00 pm – Virtual Meeting>> AGENDA

Previous SSA Meeting: May 26, 2020 – Minutes >> MINUTES

Reopen, Rebate, Reboot >> DETAILS

Special Service Area #61 Sanitation Rebate Program >> APPLICATION


For residents and visitors alike, Downtown Hyde Park is not simply a commercial corridor found in any Chicago neighborhood… Downtown Hyde Park is its own small town – embracing and supporting a rich blend of shopping, dining, cultural attractions and business services – that invites those who walk its streets to experience the neighborhood’s storied history of eclecticism, warmth and individuality.

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FEATURED EVENTS

2020 Hyde Park Vitality

New calendar of events includes
what’s happening in Hyde Park.