The 606

In the spirit of its little older brother, the New York High-Line, the 606 is the conversion of an abandoned railroad into a world-class trail connecting 3.2 miles of parks and Chicago neighborhoods. It features over 250,000 plants including native planting areas, savanna and woodland pockets along its winding path.

Project Specs

Client: The City of Chicago
Project Size: 2.7 mile trail
Team & Affiliates:
Project Manager: Ron Gorz, Field Supervisor: Oscar Castro, Field Supervisor: Hector Godinez,

Weather Alert

Winter is here, Chicago, and it's time to make sure your landscapes are ready for the cold season ahead. A few tips from our experts: be sure to wrap your arborvitaes to protect them from the wind and snow; make sure your leaves are picked up to avoid potential icy hazards; shut down and put away fountains and/or fountain pumps and clean out and prepare your bird feeders for winter visitors.