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Spring’s In Full Swing — The Latest Events, Activities & Things To Do ‘Round Pru

Crocuses blooming in Grant Park, restaurant patios opening along Michigan Avenue and Randolph Street, rising temperatures inviting cyclists, pedestrians, and joggers along Lake Shore Drive trail — spring has officially arrived in Chicago.  It’s one of the best times to visit, live, and work downtown, as the city emerges from its months-long winter slumber and […]

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Chicago Theatre Week Is Right Outside Your Door — Here’s Our Guide

One of Pru’s greatest perks has always been its access to downtown Chicago’s legendary theatre scene, and that’s especially true on Chicago Theatre Week, a ten-day celebration of the city’s performing arts. Returning for its 12th year, Chicago Theatre Week 2024 will run from February 8th to the 18th and offer tickets to countless shows […]

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Meet Gallery Guichard: The Curator Behind One Two Pru’s New Art Exhibition

“Art that touches the soul.” This is the mantra that echoes throughout Chicago’s beloved Gallery Guichard, pulsing through its vibrant acrylics and driving forth its ethos. Reputed for its leading presence in African diasporic fine arts, Gallery Guichard resides in Chicago’s ultra-historic Bronzeville, the largest African American art district in the nation.  Started in 2005 […]

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One Two Pru Transforms The Lobby into an Interactive Art Exhibition as Chicago Opens the City Through Art

We’re thrilled to announce that One Two Pru has transformed The Lobby of our landmark two-tower office and retail building into an interactive public art gallery. This thoughtfully reimagined space will provide tenants, tourists and guests a community-focused cultural experience aligned with Chicago’s efforts to open the city through the arts.  For the inaugural exhibition, […]

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