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Green Tip of the Month
The Holidays are here and many of you are beginning to think about Holiday decorations. Did you know that if all the decorative light strings sold in America this year were ENERGY STAR qualified, we would save over 2 billion kWh per year and reduce greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to nearly 300,000 cars?! ENERGY STAR qualified decorative light strings – many of which use LED technology - consume 75% less energy than conventional incandescent lights strands. lease visit the EPA’s ENERGY STAR site for a list of additional benefits associated with ENERGY STAR qualified decorative light strings: http://www.energystar.gov Happy Holidays! P.S. Look for ideas for Christmas tree recycling in the January 2015 tip!

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Grant Park and Monroe Street Harbor

Prudential Plaza overlooks the 65-acre Grant Park, which features 12 tennis courts, Petrillo Bandshell, Buckingham Fountain, multiple softball diamonds and underground parking. Adjacent to Grant Park is the Monroe Street Harbor, home of the Chicago Yacht Club.

Millennium Park

Directly across Randolph Street from Prudential Plaza is Millennium Park, home to the Pritzker Pavilion and the Harris Theater for Music and Dance. The park also features an ice-skating rink and an interactive fountain.

Lake Shore Drive

Prudential Plaza offers easy access to Lake Shore Drive and its connecting highways, bypassing loop traffic.

Museums

Prudential Plaza is just a short walk away from The Art Institute of Chicago and a short cab ride from the Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium and Adler Planetarium.

Pedway

The Pedway system connects Prudential Plaza to the Grant Park garage, the Fairmont Hotel, the Athletic Club at Illinois Center and the AON Center. It also leads to the CTA Howard-Dan Ryan subway line and Congress-O’Hare subway line.

This underground walkway networks Prudential Plaza with buildings throughout the Loop, including Macy’s and other retailers, Daley Center, City Hall, State of Illinois Center and the First National Bank buildings.

Click Here for a Map of Chicago’s Pedway System

Lakeshore Jogging and Bicycle Paths

Just a few blocks east on Randolph Street are the lakeshore jogging and bicycle paths, which stretch for more than 15 miles along the lakefront.