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Presentation | Project 120's Olmsted Expert Presents in St. Petersburg Russia

May 13, 2015

Workshops & Events

Project 120's Olmsted landscape expert, Patricia M. O'Donnell FASLA, AICP will present Revitalizing Historic Jackson Park: Integrating Heritage and Ecology, Sustainability and Resilience in Chicago at the 52nd World Congress of the International Federation of Landscape Architects held in St. Petersburg, Russia from June 7-10, 2015.

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Video | The Garden of the Phoenix Introduction

March 31, 2015

South Parks History

The Garden of the Phoenix in Jackson Park is one of the most important sites in the United States reflecting over 120 years of U.S.-Japan relations. Establsihed in 1893, the site of the original Phoenix Pavilion is being reimagined today as SKY LANDING by Yoko Ono.

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ArchDaily reports on Project 120 Chicago

ArchDaily reports on Project 120 Chicago

January 16, 2015

In the News

ArchDaily, the world's most visited architecture website, reports "Today, Project 120 is working alongside the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), and Patricia O'Donnell of Heritage Landscapes LLCto recreate much of Olmsted’s work in a way that is both environmentally stable and attractive to the public."

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Public Meeting Notice | Jackson Park - January 13, 2015

Public Meeting Notice | Jackson Park - January 13, 2015

December 30, 2014

Workshops & Events

Project 120 Chicago will present an overview of the JACKSON PARK FRAMEWORK PLAN, which is being developed in partnership with the Chicago Park District and the community. The plan is a roadmap for the park’s revitalization, and includes four major projects

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Park District OKs $8.1 Million in Habitat Restoration for Jackson Park

Park District OKs $8.1 Million in Habitat Restoration for Jackson Park

August 14, 2014

In the News

The $8.1 million restoration project will plant one million wildflowers, 330,000 shrubs and 1,300 trees on 140 acres of the park, restoring habitat in nearly every square-foot of the 560-acre park.

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