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HUGE Downtown sporting goods store

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HUGE Downtown sporting goods store

On my last visit to chicago we found this really great and very large sporting goods store in downtown area. I don't remember exactly where, but it was in the area near where the Rainforest Cafe and Ed Debivics is located, because those were the places to eat we were looking for when we found this place. It was in an older building, with 2 or 3 levels, can anyone help me out? Is it still around where is it exactly?

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1. Re: HUGE Downtown sporting goods store

Well.... there is a Sports Authority there, but it's like 7 floors... that's at LaSalle and Harrison, across the street from the big McDonalds.

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2. Re: HUGE Downtown sporting goods store

LaSalle & Ontario, not Harrison.

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3. Re: HUGE Downtown sporting goods store

Used to be Sportmart, now Sports Authority - as mentioned above.

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4. Re: HUGE Downtown sporting goods store

There is also a 5-story Nike-Town on Michigan Ave a few blocks north of Ontario.

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