Learn about the 77 communities in chicago
Bucktown is thought to have been named for the large number of goats that were raised there during the 19th century.
East Village was settled by European immigrants after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, most of them Germans.
Fulton’s gritty industrial past are evident in its historic manufacturing and warehouse buildings.
Lakeview is located on Chicago’s North Side and is bordered by Lincoln Square, the Chicago River, Lincoln Park, and of course, Lake Michigan.
One of the country’s most coveted neighborhoods, Lincoln Park offers the best of Chicago.
Cited by some as the hipster capital of the Midwest, we are happy to tell you that Logan Square is so much more than that.
The history of Noble Square goes back a ways to early 19th century Chicago pioneers John and Mark Noble- who were noble indeed.
In the early 1920s, local printer Henry Moberg came up with the name “North Center” for his neighborhood.
Irving Park’s beginnings can be traced back to 1843, when Major Noble purchased 160 acres of land in the area and established a farm.
Old Town is an extremely popular place to live, and draws residents from all walks of life.
The River North Gallery District, located around the intersection of Superior and Franklin Streets.
Streeterville has been one of Chicago’s fastest growing neighborhoods since its rather colorful beginnings in the late 1800s
The South Loop neighborhood offers a perfect balance of high rise living in a calmer, quieter setting where other downtown areas can’t compete.
A vibrant neighborhood in the larger Lakeview area, Southport Corridor takes its name from the thriving commercial strip along Southport Ave.
Roscoe Village is indeed a great north side Chicago neighborhood located between Lakeview and North Center.
There’s also a slew of mid and high-rise newly constructed condos, if you are looking for luxury with all the amenities.
Ukrainian Village an ideal place for family living while providing all the perks of an urban lifestyle.
Sitting just west of downtown is Chicago’s West Loop, an area that is experiencing a development boom quite unlike anything in recent memory.
Wicker Park is part of Chicago’s West Town community, and was built around its namesake four-acre public park.
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