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University Park

About University Park

7,139 in city
9,804,845 in metro
25 km² (10 mi²)
187.652236939 m
A far south suburb of Chicago in Will County; University Park is named for Governors State University, which features an enormous sculpture park with monumental works by artists like Jene Highstein, Richard Hunt, Martin Puryear, John Henry, Marc di Suvero, Jerry Peart, and Bruce Nauman. Part of the Chicagoland Tri-State Area.

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No. of Buildings

No. Current status
11 All Buildings
11
existing

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 Thornwood House - 1975
2 745 Red Oak Lane - 1974
3 747 Red Oak Lane - 1974
4 749 Burnham Drive - 1974
5 759 Burr Oak Lane - 1974

Building types

No. Type
9 low-rise building
1 high-rise building
1 sculpture