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Armour Square
U.S. National Register of Historic Places
U.S. Historic District
Armour Square Park is located in Illinois
Location: Bounded by W 33rd St., W 34th Place, S. Wells Ave. and S. Shields Ave., Chicago, Illinois
Coordinates: 41°50′1″N 87°38′2″W / 41.83361°N 87.63389°W / 41.83361; -87.63389Coordinates: 41°50′1″N 87°38′2″W / 41.83361°N 87.63389°W / 41.83361; -87.63389
Architect: D.H. Burnham & Company; Olmstead Brothers
Architectural style(s): Beaux Arts
Governing body: Local
MPS: Chicago Park District MPS
Added to NRHP: August 19, 2003[1]
NRHP Reference#: 03000789

Armour Square Park, also known as Armour Square or Park No. 3, is a park in Chicago, Illinois featuring Beaux Arts architecture, designed by D.H. Burnham and the Olmstead Brothers. The park was opened in March 1905,[2] at a cost of $220,000. It was named after Philip Danforth Armour, philanthropist and captain of industry.[3]


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