The 606 Bloomingdale Trail & Graffiti Garden Gallery will be Chicago’s most innovative new public space, and will connect commuters and communities alike. The 606 brings together arts, history, design, trails for bikers, runners, and walkers, event spaces, alternative transportation avenues, and green, open space for neighbors, Chicagoans, and the world. Friends of the Bloomingdale Trail, a local community organization whose vision and mission were key to creating The 606, reached out to the national non-profit, The Trust for Public Land, which helped bring together a coalition of city and civic organizations to move the project forward.  The alliance of the City of Chicago, Chicago Park District, The Trust for Public Land, and dozens of groups turned the idea for a trail into a park and trail system to connect four Chicago neighborhoods and create innovative park space for thousands of residents and visitors alike.

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