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<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB001937" title="Maggie Daley" href="/topic/politics-government/maggie-daley-PECLB001937.topic">Maggie Daley</a> and Lou Conte, founder of Hubbard Street Dance Company, celebrate the opening Wednesday of the troupe's new home. The dance compnay cut the ribbon on the one-time Ruby Chevrolet showroom at 1147 W. Jackson St., the result of a one-year, $3 million purchase and renovation effort over much of the year before. Chicago's most widely acclaimed home-grown dance troupe now boasts headquarters in a state-of-the-art, intricately designed and magnificent looking facility, arguably among the top five in homes for dance companies in the U.S.

( Tribune archive / March 11, 1998 )

Maggie Daley and Lou Conte, founder of Hubbard Street Dance Company, celebrate the opening Wednesday of the troupe's new home. The dance compnay cut the ribbon on the one-time Ruby Chevrolet showroom at 1147 W. Jackson St., the result of a one-year, $3 million purchase and renovation effort over much of the year before. Chicago's most widely acclaimed home-grown dance troupe now boasts headquarters in a state-of-the-art, intricately designed and magnificent looking facility, arguably among the top five in homes for dance companies in the U.S.

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