First, congrats on the acceptance! I don't know much about the school or the city. I rode though the city last summer and thought it looked quite nice.
as for the other comments, here's my observation for what its worth. I'm a 2L and have friends at law schools from most tiers, so have a general idea of the legal market, particularly for big law stuff.
Shocking as it may be, random comments on this site don't likely have much impact on the legal market. The current market sucks, thousands of big law associates and more than a few partners were laid off just in the last few months. The top 10 schools are cranking out new lawyers at quite a rapid pace and it is useful to realistically consider your career prospects. Hundreds if not thousands of would-be new associates are deferred - this means that the students that would have been hired later probably won't be - there will be a ripple effect that will extend several years even if the economy fixes itself quickly.
This doesn't mean don't got to your school, it just means go in with your eyes open. Don't count on a 160k big law job. Look at where people from your target school are going, if you are happy with what you see go, have fun and do great things! What you want to avoid is sinking thousands of dollars and 3 years of your life into something only to find out it won't get you where you want to be. This may sound harsh, but if news reports on the subject are to be believed, there are a great many students sinking a lot of time and money into LS with highly unrealistic expectations - don't let that be you. Also, just because some lower ranked schools don't place well with big law, doesn't mean you can't be a wildly successful lawyer coming from such a school. Some of the best trial lawyers of all time have come from modestly ranked law schools. There are also non-career reasons for going to law school. Some people just enjoy the study of law and want to learn and of course there's nothing at all wrong with that. Some career options do not require name brand degrees and that's great too, just explore the options so you don't get taken in by what is often overly optimistic law school advertising.