State Street is a large south-north street, one of the main streets in Chicago, Illinois, USA, and its south suburbs. Its intersection with Madison Street has marked the base point for Chicago's address system since 1909. State Street begins at North Avenue, the south end of Lincoln Park, and runs south through the heart of the Chicago Loop, and ends at the southern city limits, intersecting 127th Street along the bank of the Little Calumet River. Today, State Street in Chicago is a one-stop shop for some of the best shopping in the city. Locals and visitors alike flock here for the numerous modern malls, old department stores, specialized shops, discount options, and other attractions. Artist Morgan sums the iconic street up in this wonderful painting focusing on the famed sign outside the Chicago Theatre.