This is the deepest depth a human can go in Chicago city limits

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The Calumet TARP Pumping Station is the lowest point of the TARP System and lowest point in Chicago. (Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago / via DNAinfo)

CHICAGO — How low can you go within Chicago city limits?

About 365 feet below ground, according to Kevin Fitzpatrick, managing civil engineer for the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago.

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That’s where the floor of the Calumet TARP Pumping Station pump rooms rest far below Chicago’s Riverdale neighborhood at 400 E. 130th St.

It’s the lowest inhabitable point in Chicago.

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