(Continued from page 1) The volume of foot traffic around the five-square-block area of the hospital is significant, not just from Michigan Avenue shoppers and hospital visitors, but also from Northwestern’s medical and law schools, as well as residents in the Streeterville neighborhood. However, until now the demand for restaurants in the immediate vicinity had been met mostly by quick-service restaurants, which gave Northwestern Memorial a chance to have differentiated food ...

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