How Office 365 helped Chicagoans turn complicated park plans into reality

When a rail line near Chicago’s Logan Square became obsolete in the late 1990s, Chicagoans wondered how they could keep the rail line in place while transforming it into open space for recreation in an area covering five city neighborhoods and 80,000 people.

Together, the city of Chicago and The Walsh Group used Office 365 to handle the details and the coordination of the effort that is now known as “The 606 Project,” after the ZIP code prefix all Chicagoans share.

Watch the video above, and to learn more, head over to the Office Blogs.

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