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South Pavilions

Post  kosovohp on Fri Dec 10, 2010 8:47 am

The south pavilions are east and west of the Lurie Garden along Monroe Street, and their glass walls allow views of the garden.[2] Both of the South Pavilions provide access to the parking garage below the park. The 550-square-foot (51 m2) Southwest Pavilion is the smallest of the four pavilions,[3] and has the least number of photovoltaic modules with 16 on its roof.[6] It is west of the garden and east of the Nichols Bridgeway. The Southeast Pavilion is east of the garden, has the second smallest area at 750 square feet (69.7 m2),[3] and has 24 rooftop photovoltaic modules. Together these two pavilions are capable of producing 3,840 kilowatt-hours (13,102.6 MBtu) of electricity annually.[6]

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Re: South Pavilions

Post  heroisthai on Wed Jan 19, 2011 2:54 am

However, within Millennium Park, the 50-foot (15 m) Crown Fountain and the 139-foot (42 m) Jay Pritzker Pavilion were exempt from the height restrictions, because they were classified as works of art and not buildings or structures. Shorter structures do not run afoul of the height restrictions. The Harris Theater, which lies between the North Pavilions, was built mostly underground to avoid the restrictions.[22][23] The Northwest Pavilion, tallest of the four, is three stories high; the Northeast Pavilion is two stories, and the South Pavilions are each one story.[3]

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