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Chicago developed around the area where the three branches of the Chicago River converge. Today, the views of the river, its canals and beautiful Lake Michigan are spectacular. But more developement and expansion in downtown Chicago threatens to block those spectacular views. Wolf Point, the last open space in Chicago, sits where the three river branches meet and developers have a plan to build three massive skyscrapers on Wolf Point’s small, four acre lot. This plan will add to the congestion, and will further diminish Chicago’s skyline. Wolf Point needs a better plan one that will enhance the area with intelligent development, improve the quality of life of its residents, and preserve Chicago as the “Jewel of the Midwest”.

Marc Rubin’s “Chicago River View” 1996 - Pop Cubism.

Marc Rubin‘s images are available as reprints on poster and on canvas through Vigore Chicago magazine.

Expansion and growth threatens the beauty of living in Chicago.

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