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Andersonville & Edgewater
Looking at Andersonville today, you would hardly believe that it started out as nothing more than a cherry orchard.
Friendly neighbors are free to disagree as to the exact starting and ending points of the quaint north west side neighborhood known as Bucktown.
“The Gold Coast” refers to a stretch of expensive lakefront property owned by the city's wealthiest residents.
Lakeview & Wrigleyville
Lakeview is one of the city's most livable and walkable areas located 3 miles north of the Loop. It is also one of the most sought after real estate areas in the city.
Few neighborhoods can boast as many cultural attractions as Lincoln Park. Located on the city's north side and edged to the east by the beautiful greenery of the park that also bears its name, Lincoln Park is an almost perfect urban location.
Lincoln Square has come a long way since its early days as the celery capital of the nation. Despite its humble, agricultural beginnings, the Lincoln Square of today is a bustling, urban community of retail shops, restaurants and small businesses that have made the area a destination for folks from all around the Chicago area.
Logan Square is a unique, contemporary neighborhood with strong ties to Chicago's past. Named for Civil War General and Statesman, John A. Logan, this northwest side enclave features the creative work of world-renowned landscape and building architects like Jens Jensen and William Le Baron Jenney.
New East Side
Chicago’s highly admired neighborhood known as The New East Side is at Chicago’s core, and is close to the vast array of cultural amenities long associated with a destination in the heart of the city.
The neighborhood commonly referred to as Ravenswood, is a part of the larger community area of Lincoln Square, while Lincoln Square is more commonly referred to as the smaller neighborhood located in greater Ravenswood.
River North is a vibrant neighborhood located North of the Loop across the Chicago River. As Chicago's primary art district, collectors will appreciate incredible galleries, antique shops and interior design boutiques concentrated near the Superior, Huron and Wells intersection of the River North neighborhood.
South Loop is Chicago’s “it” spot for new residential development. Condominium and loft builders have taken the area’s vacant lots by storm in recent years and the result is a flourishing new construction home market that has caught the attention of first-time buyers and second home investors alike.
Within walking distance to the lakefront, Navy Pier and the Magnificent Mile, Streeterville is undoubtedly the epitome of city living. The neighborhood encompasses North Michigan Avenue and stretches from Oak Street and Lake Shore Drive on the North and to the Chicago River on the South.
University Village Properties, Downtown Chicago Real Estate, Homes and Condos for Sale, Foreclosures and Short Sales, Waterfront
The West Loop neighborhood of Chicago started out as a warehouse district in the 1800s. What that means for today's residents is a hip urban environment with a wealth of art galleries and true loft spaces – the kind with exposed bricks, completely open floorplans and wood beam ceilings.