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I think this one is in the process of being implemented -- we just keep this page here to show that this idea is obvious and should not be patentable.
I live in downtown Chicago, and I know there must be lots of interesting stuff going on in the skyscrapers that surround my condo building. When one travels abroad, there are cities (like Tokyo) that build upward.
But how do you find out where things are ?
I was surprised the other day to find a Cajun restaurant in my building. I figured this out because of the valet parking sign on the street. It wasn't great, but who knows what other restaurants might be lurking in the high-rises that surround us ?
What I would love to see would be a method of searching for businesses by address.
- Search for all businesses within 1 block radius of a particular intersection.
- Sort by type of business, how much business they do.
- Provide address, phone #.
This would likely need to come from the Chicago city business license registration database, joined with other databases.
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