College of Business > News & Events > Spring Blooms in the Chicago Loop
May 5, 2021 /
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Spring flowers bloom at the Madison Street and Michigan Avenue intersection near Chicago's Millennium Park.
Richard H. Driehaus College of Business sign at the DePaul Center on East Jackson Boulevard.
Tulip flowers line State Street near the DePaul Center. Each year, more than 100,000 bulbs are brought from the Netherlands and planted in the fall throughout the city.
The DePaul Center building near Jackson Boulevard and State Street in the Chicago Loop.
White ash trees bloom near the Art Institute of Chicago's South Garden in the Loop.
Planted by the Chicago Department of Transportation, tulip flowers can be seen in the street medians throughout the city.
Entrance to the Art Institute of Chicago along Michigan Avenue.
The Art Institute of Chicago's South Garden opens onto Michigan Avenue and sits on top of an underground parking garage.
Toward the end of spring, the tulip flowers are removed and replaced by new summer displays.
The 156-mile Chicago River flows through the heart of Downtown Chicago.
Photos by Kathy Hillegonds