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The largest US parking facility is transforming into an innovation lab

On Mar 18, 2020
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City Tech Collaborative is turning Chicago's Millennium Garages into the Millennium Gateway Innovation Lab to help implement new tech solutions. 

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On Mar 18, 2020
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The largest US parking facility is transforming into an innovation lab

City Tech Collaborative is turning Chicago's Millennium Garages into the Millennium Gateway Innovation Lab to help implement new tech solutions. 

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