All the flavors of Chicago: Riverwalk hopes to showcase diversity of city’s neighborhoods

Chicago Tribune LogoFrom Greg Trotter at Chicago Tribune:

“A new program on the Chicago Riverwalk could bring up to a dozen new vendors to the bustling promenade next summer, many of them possibly women- and minority-owned businesses.

The city’s goal in this latest chapter of commerce on the river is to increase the diversity of vendors in a way that reflects the flavors and textures of Chicago’s neighborhoods. To accommodate the newcomers, the city is making available three new areas previously unused by vendors that will require a mix of vendor- and city-funded upgrades. The work will be part of the $10 million in riverwalk improvements announced by the city last month. Construction is slated to begin this fall.”

Read more at the Chicago Tribune.

2018-09-11T00:19:38+00:00September 7th, 2018|news|