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Iroquois Landing Lakefront Terminus:
Iroquois Landing is located at the mouth of the Calumet River in the southwest corner of Lake Michigan. Currently, Iroquois Landing is a 100-acre, open paved terminal with 3,000 linear feet of ship and barge berthing space with a navigation depth of 27 feet. There are two 100,000 square foot transit sheds and one 30,000 square foot transit shed with direct truck and rail access. Today Iroquois Landing is home to one of the largest stevedoring companies in North America.
Senator Dan Dougherty Harbor (Lake Calumet):
Harbor operations and terminals are located at the junction point of the Grand Calumet and Little Calumet Rivers, approximately six miles inland from Lake Michigan. The south quadrant of the harbor consists of four transit sheds totaling over 400,000 square feet adjacent to approximately 3,000 linear feet of ship and barge berthing space. The southwest quadrant of the harbor is home to two of the largest grain/storage facilities in Illinois with a capacity of approximately 14 million bushels. The southeast quadrant of the harbor is also home to one of the largest tank storage farms in Illinois with a capacity of approximately 800,000 liquid barrels.
All of the above locations contained within the harbor have rail service and are adjacent to three interstate highways.
Harborside International Golf Center:
Located just 16 minutes from the downtown loop area, Harborside brings championship style links golf, open to the public, to Chicago’s doorstep. No other course in the area can combine the rigged links exterior, with sculpted fairways and manicured greens that make Harborside the finest choice for locals and travelers to enjoy traditional links golf.