About the Park

Open daily from 6 AM - 11 PM

About The Green

The 1.5-acre park features 10,000 SF of green space, lush landscaping, seating alcoves, and an amphitheater. Circling the oval-shaped lawn, The Green’s pedestrian paths run northeast to southwest, promoting connections between Union Station and the evolving West Loop. In addition to the Main Lawn, the park includes a variety of smaller spaces that allow for a range of events and activities, including onsite dining—all set against the backdrop of the iconic headhouse.

The Green at 320 offers a robust schedule of programming, including live music, fitness classes, a farmers market, arts & cultural performances, and more – all free and open to the public.

Getting Here

Located just south of Union Station, The Green at 320 sits at the base of the 320 South Canal office tower. The park can be accessed via pedestrian paths off of Van Buren and Clinton streets or through the breezeway adjacent to the building’s lobby on Canal Street. Regardless of your origin, getting to The Green at 320 is easy and convenient.

  • Direct connections to Metra and Amtrak trains at Union Station and CTA Loop Link busses at the Union Station Transit Center
  • Easy access to interstates 90/94 and 290
  • 350-car parking garage at 333 South Clinton Street
    • Discounted, flat rate of $5 between 2PM and 8PM on Tuesdays during our weekly Farmers Market 
  • Two-way bike lane on Clinton Street and several nearby Divvy Stations
  • Pedestrian Pedway to and from Union Station via the underground parking garage. Entrance to the pedway/garage located just north of the staircase at the corner of Clinton & Van Buren.
  • Clinton Blue Line Train Station at Clinton – one block to the south

How The Green
Came to Be

The Green at 320 South Canal is the largest privately owned public park in Chicago’s Central Business District. In June of 2022, Riverside Investment & Development and Convexity Properties opened The Green as a part of the 320 South Canal development adjacent to Union Station. The park was designed by award-winning Chicago-based architects Goettsch Partners and landscape architecture firm Confluence.

A crowd enjoys an outdoor seating and bar area at Afterbar restaurant
People enjoy a large outdoor event at The Green at 320