Park No. 474

  • 3231 S. Dearborn St.   Chicago, Illinois 60616 [View Map]
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  • Notes: Please us temporary cell phone number 312.590.5993
  • Park Supervisor: Keith Jones
  • Park Phone: (312) 590-5993

This park is located in the Douglas community.  Perhaps the smallest park in the District, known as "Man on a Bench."  The park is on the campus of the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT).  Man on A Bench [1986]..– Sculpture by George Segal.  Male figure cast in bronze and sealed with white acrylic resin.  To commemorate the Centennial of Mies van der Rohe’s birth..Location: IIT campus, west of Perlstein Hall and north of Wishnick Hall. This is the first piece of public sculpture displayed outdoors of the IIT campus. Made possible with a grant from B.F.Ferguson Memorial Fund.

Vistors wanting structured progamming can visit nearby Williams Park for indoor gym fun, an outdoor interactive water spray feature and athletic field.

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For directions using public transportation visit www.transitchicago.com.

Man on a Bench

Man on a Bench (1)

Location Notes: Near Pearlstein Hall on Illinois Institute of Technology's Campus

Descriptors: Outdoor, Sculpture

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This park is located in the Douglas community.  Perhaps the smallest park in the District, known as "Man on a Bench."  The park is on the campus of the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT).  Man on A Bench [1986]..– Sculpture by George Segal.  Male figure cast in bronze and sealed with white acrylic resin.  To commemorate the Centennial of Mies van der Rohe’s birth..Location: IIT campus, west of Perlstein Hall and north of Wishnick Hall. This is the first piece of public sculpture displayed outdoors of the IIT campus. Made possible with a grant from B.F.Ferguson Memorial Fund.

Vistors wanting structured progamming can visit nearby Williams Park for indoor gym fun, an outdoor interactive water spray feature and athletic field.

For directions using public transportation visit www.transitchicago.com.