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Albany Park

Located on the Northwest side of the city, this neighborhood continues to grow in population. With several of bus routes accessible, Albany Park is easy to travel to. Large parks are throughout the area increasing the beauty of this neighborhood. With so many demographics, Albany Park has several delicious mixtures of cuisines.
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Andersonville

With a quirky atmosphere and distinctive flavor, Andersonville is truly its own little village in the city of neighborhoods. Andersonville, easily accessible by public transportation thanks to the the CTA Red Line and numerous bus routes, is attractive to both first-time home buyers and those looking to upgrade. Frequent neighborhood street festivals like Midsommarfest give the area additional character and allow Andersonville to woo visitors with its unique charm.
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Avondale

This beaming area is bright with several parks and greenery . Along the river are luxurious townhomes, condos, and shopping malls. This artistically inclined area hosts several festivals and events throughout the year drawing a large number of Chicago dwellers. Easy access to downtown and tree-lined streets are what draw prospective buyers to this area.
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Bucktown

Sometimes overshadowed by Wicker Park, it's trendier, hip neighbor to the south, Bucktown deserves recognition for neighborhood character that is all its own. Small neighborhood bars can often be found hidden on quiet residential side streets.
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Buena Park

“Tucked Away Next to Everything” was the title of a Chicago Tribune article about this historical community located just 5 miles north of downtown. Known for non-cookie-cutter buildings, the uniqueness of Buena Park is a hidden gem of Chicago. Home to several free summer concerts and a safe trick-or-treating event, Buena Park is an amazingly family oriented community. Shopping limited to small specialty shops add to its charm.
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Cabrini Green

This mid-century styled neighborhood is home to several mid and high-rise buildings and row houses. The development in recent years has grown desire to the area with several Chicago Public Schools and trendy restaurants popping up. Just south of Lincoln Park, Cabrini-Green is located on the Near North side of Chicago and has several development projects in the works that are making dramatic changes to this booming neighborhood.
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East Ukrainian Village

This neighborhood, sometimes called East Village, is situated northwest of the Loop within Chicago’s West Town community area. A historic home of Eastern European immigrants, East Ukrainian Village retains its ethnic flair but is increasingly recognized throughout the city for the diversity of its dining and entertainment options.
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Edgewater

This lakefront community on the Northside of Chicago contains several beaches, developed in 1880s as summer homes for Chicago residents. Edgewater boasts a skyline of mid and high-rise apartment buildings and condominiums. Home to numerous public schools and the Loyola University Lake shore campus that borders the area, this neighborhood is perfect for young families and professionals. Easily accessible by public transportation, Edgewater is a short commute to the Loop.
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Edison Park

A self contained community on the Northwest side of Chicago, Edison Park named after Thomas Edison has so much to offer to those who live there. Several public transportation options including the metra, CTA blue line and the Kennedy and Edens expressway. The community has several good public and private schools for children to attend, as well as lively night life in which the neighbors come together for bowling and drinks at the famous Edison Park Inn.
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Gold Coast

High-rise condominium buildings with million-dollar views line busy Lake Shore Drive. Meanwhile, the heart of the Gold Coast can be glimpsed on a stroll down Dearborn Street or State Parkway, where beautifully preserved, century-old mansions and row homes line the historic boulevards.
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Greektown

Greektown is a dining and nightlife neighborhood of the Near West Side of Chicago. Today, Greektown is home to several restaurants and businesses as well as a cultural festival to highlight the Greek heritage of the area. The Greek history is very prominent in the area and preserves its character. The community is easily accessible by public transportation. With events like The Greek Independence Day parade and the Taste of Greece festival, residents always have activities to attend.
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Humbolt Park

This neighborhood’s namesake park is a 207-acre green refuge surrounded by the bustling city. The landmarked park’s lagoons and meticulously restored pavilion and field house are popular with Humboldt Park residents, both newcomers and lifelong inhabitants. The tranquility and timelessness of the Park itself stands in contrast to the ever-changing nature of the surrounding neighborhood.
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Irving Park

Preserved heritage and architecture is what makes Irving Park such an incredible area of Chicago. The beautiful homes and rich architecture are irreplaceable. The area is sprinkled with tons of parks and greenery. Irving Park has a very active community and a thriving environment. The goal of the area is to preserve its history and embrace the vintage feel of this booming neighborhood. Bars and restaurants are popular locations for residents in the area to embrace the vibrant nightlife.
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Jefferson Park

Home to the Copernicus Theater, Jefferson Park is one of the 77 community areas of Chicago located on the Northwest side of the City. The 7-acre park located on the East side of Esdohr Farm and operated by the Chicago Park district is the center stone for this community. The numerous amounts of concerts and shows that take place in this neighborhood is nothing short of incredible. The neighborhood holds two large festivals: Jeff Fest in June and the Taste of Polonia over Labor Day weekend.
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Lake View

A vibrant urban playground boasting a wide variety of attractions, both natural and man-made, Lakeview is situated along Lake Michigan just north of Lincoln Park. Anchored by a beautiful stretch of shoreline to the east and well-served by three CTA trains and several express bus routes, Lakeview is one of Chicago's liveliest and most accessible communities.
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Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park, situated along Lake Michigan north of downtown, has historically ranked among the city's most desirable locales. Offering plentiful housing options for young professionals and growing families alike, Lincoln Park residents enjoy a wide array of amenities. Take a stroll through the neighborhood's tree-lined streets, bike along the lakefront path, or browse the upscale shops along the Armitage Avenue shopping district or in the North/Clybourn retail corridor.
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Lincoln Square

Old World heritage meets modern charm in the Lincoln Square neighborhood on Chicago’s north side. The two greatest influences on Lincoln Square are the area’s German heritage and the 55-year-old Old Town School of Folk Music which, since moving to the neighborhood in 1998, has helped make the area a hotspot for pre- and post-concert dining and nightlife. But visitors don’t need an excuse to spend a day soaking up this ecelctic enclave’s charming vibe.
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Logan Square

The Logan Square neighborhood is centered on the public square that serves as its namesake, located at the three-way intersection of Milwaukee Avenue, Logan Boulevard and Kedzie Boulevard. Northwest of downtown, the area is a study in contrasts. Off the beaten path yet easily accessible from the Loop, trendy and hip yet full of history, home to a collection of big box retailers as well as many small, independent shops, Logan Square offers something for everyone.
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Mayfair

Known for being one of the best “Old House” neighborhoods in the United States, Mayfair is one of the 77 community areas of the city of Chicago located on the Northwest side. Home to beautiful ponds and parks, Mayfair is a community that residents rave about. Many seek after this area as a small town environment in the big city. Many of the houses in the area are single family homes or owner occupied two flats.
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Near North Side

North of the Loop and south of Old Town, the Near North is home to Michigan Avenue's high-end shopping center. So close to the heart of the city, this neighborhood is sought-after by homebuyers for retaining a beautiful residential feel, complete with the lovely Newberry Park.
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New East Side

The New Eastside is situated at the northeast corner of the Loop and home to a dense and dazzling collection of high-rise residential towers. Dominated by the master-planned development Lakeshore East, the neighborhood offers puts residents close to the best of downtown Chicago. Just north of Millennium Park and Maggie Daley Park, the neighborhood benefits from its convenient proximity to the offices and cultural amenities at the city’s core.
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Noble Square

Noble Square, directly east of East Village. Home to Eckhart Park and a blend of newly built homes and storefronts and their 19th century counterparts, Noble Square has a special charm unlike any other neighborhood in Chicago. Nestled just northwest of the Loop, Noble Square is home to around 9,000 residents who enjoy a calm day environment mixed with the lively nightlife of the city.
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North Center

Square in the center of the Chicago’s north side lies the aptly named North Center neighborhood. A vibrant community with unique shops, diverse and delicious restaurants, lively bars, great schools and parks and free family events, North Center has something for everyone. The neighborhood is home to several of the city's most iconic destinations, including Half Acre Beer Company, the world-renowned Globe Pub and one of Chicago's most popular summer street festivals, Ribfest Chicago.
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Norwood Park

Norwood Park is a historically beautiful neighborhood on the Northwest side of Chicago. Full of large golf courses, wonderful schools and beautiful churches, the neighborhood has no shortage of life. Residents from Norwood Park have easy access to public transportation as well as the expressway for simple commutes into downtown. Situated just outside of the city, Norwood Park has a suburban atmosphere with all of the convenience of downtown.
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Oak Park

Oak Park is a village on adjacent to the West side of Chicago. The community boasts excellent schools and world class dining and park districts. Surrounded by several public transportation options, Oak Park is a perfect commuter community. Home to several special events and community activities, the residents of Oak Park have no shortage of things to do.
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Old Irving Park

Old Irving Park is a community within Irving Park that comprises its historic core. Home to several summer street festivals and lively nightlife, Old Irving Park embraces it’s and thrives on the active and booming environment. Easily accessible by public transportation, Old Irving Park is a great place for residents to escape the immediate city life and embrace the past.
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Old Town

Benefiting from its close proximity to the lake and downtown, Old Town keeps up a lively pace day and night. A consistently popular choice among Chicago homebuyers, Old Town has worked to preserve its historical charm as demand for homes in the neighborhood remains sky-high. Victorian-era buildings, brick alleyways and narrow, tree-lined streets serve as charming and pedestrian-friendly backdrops to a busy main strip that runs along Wells Street between North Avenue and Division Street.
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Pilsen

Pilsen thrives on culture and everything that it has to offer waiting just around the corner. Home to grand wall murals, this artful area boasts some of the most highly regarded cultural institutions. The youthful spirit that resonates throughout the area offers unique vintage storefronts, independent coffeehouses, and quaint cafes. The community is connected through CTA public transportation, bikeways, and Metra stations.
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Portage Park

Portage Park is one of the 77 community areas of the City and is located on the Northwest side. The neighborhood is accessible via mass transit including the CTA blue line and the Kennedy Expressway. The community is primarily residential consisting of Bungalows and two flats, but also has two large business districts. Six Corners is an outdoor shopping district that is full of retail stores and specialty businesses.
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Ravenswood

Known for its courtyard style residential buildings, Ravenswood, located on the north side of the city in the Lincoln Square and Uptown neighborhoods, has become a desirable location for single family homes within proximity of downtown. The skyrocketing real estate values has rendered Ravenswood as one of the highest markets in the city of Chicago. There are plenty of highly rated schools in the area. Several of transportation options with the Brown line and several bus stops.
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River North

River North is a neighborhood in the Near North Side community area of Chicago. Historically known as an old loft district the area become reborn with a various amenities such as restaurants, nightclubs, and art galleries. This area has attracted owners seeking contemporary high-rise units, timber lofts and high-end row homes. On the southern tip of River North lays home of the "Merchandise Mart" Chicago’s biggest office building and a few blocks east Trump International Hotel &Tower.
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River West

On the west bank of the Chicago River's South Branch is the area known as River West. Bordered by Division, Grand, and the Kennedy Expressway, and a short train ride from the Loop on the CTA Blue Line, River West residents enjoy unparalleled access to some of the most exciting neighborhoods and districts in Chicago.
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Rogers Park

Home to Loyola University Lakeshore campus, Rogers Park has a quaint suburban feel that is unique to most Chicago neighborhoods. Located on the far North side of the city, the neighborhood is easily accessible by the CTA red line trains as well as several buses. Unique stores like The Armadillo Pillow bookstore and Flatt’s & Sharpe Music Co. add to the historic charm of this area. Developments of more commercial areas and a soon to be finished hotel will add to the dynamics of the area.
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Roscoe Village

Roscoe Village welcomes newcomers to its family-friendly environs with open arms. Single family homes, two-flat and three-flat condo buildings, and low-rise apartment buildings line charming, shaded side streets. Take a stroll through these quiet residential areas and you'll find well-kept brick homes, tree-lined streets and picturesque parks.
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Sauganash

Home to welcoming neighbors and active community, Sauganash is a great place for families and those alike. The Sauganash Parks are home to various sports leagues and even a soon-to-be completed mile long trail for recreation. Nearly 1,500 families make up the Sauganash community located on the Northwest side of the city. The neighborhood is well served by public transportation as well as a short fifteen minute drive to downtown Chicago. The Sauganash schools are highly sought after.
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South Loop

Condominium and loft developers have taken South Loop 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. The South Loop benefits from its close proximity to the city’s business and financial hub in the Loop, and to the lakefront, Museum Campus, and Soldier Field.
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Streeterville

Studded with popular attractions such as the John Hancock Tower and Navy Pier, Streeterville draws both locals and tourists as one of the busiest neighborhoods in Chicago. Bordered by the Magnificent Mile and boasting lakefront views and upscale entertainment, high-rise apartments and condos increasingly attract homeowners to this lively and historic district.
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The Loop

Chicago’s downtown core, long dominated by office and retail space, is increasingly an area in which city-dwellers are choosing to both live and work. The Loop has long been the heart and soul of Chicago's economy, but over the last several years, the city's downtown core has increasingly become a residential area as well.
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Ukrainian Village

The near west side neighborhood of Ukrainian Village may owe its name and heritage to the eastern European immigrants who settled there at the turn of the century, but the area is much more cosmopolitan these days. While the area’s ethnic roots are still visible, Ukrainian delicatessens compete for attention with sushi bars, eclectic furniture galleries, and indie music venues along Chicago, Damen, and Western Avenues.
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University Village

A living legacy to the past, University Village, sometimes called Little Italy, is home to a ton of history engrained in stone on the streets. Pizza and pasta are supreme in this area but other specialty spots like the Maxwell Street Market have made their mark on this historical neighborhood. The neighborhood shares its name with residential and commercial developments that began in the 90s on the Near West side of Chicago.
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Uptown

Uptown is known for a popular tourist destination in the Uptown Entertainment District, home to various music venues, night clubs, restaurants, and shops. Straddled by Lincoln Park, there are several sporting fields, Puptown Dog Park, sledding hills, Wilson skatepark, and the Lakefront running and biking path. Several schools and hospitals are within Uptown lines. This thriving area of Chicago is easily accessible by public transportation Red line and bus stops.
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West Loop

This former manufacturing and meatpacking district just west of the Loop is making a new name for itself. While the factories, wholesale markets, and warehouses on the western edge of downtown have steadily given way to loft conversions and new office space, the West Loop remains a study in contrasts.
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West Town

Whether you’re looking for a brunch spot, antique furniture or vintage accessories — or you want to seek out traces of the area's humble immigrant history — wander block by block along the main arteries Division, Chicago and Grand Avenue. Along the way, you'll pass colorful restaurants and private boutiques, independent theater companies, small-scale music venues and retail boutiques touting lines from local designers.
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Wicker Park

Part of Chicago’s West Town community area, Wicker Park hardly needs an introduction. Lifelong Chicagoans and newcomers alike recognize Wicker Park as the city’s creative epicenter and hip destination. Whether you find yourself in the neighborhood to sip craft cocktails, peruse independent clothing boutiques, or take in some live music, a visit to Wicker Park guarantees a good time.
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Wrigleyville

The history of Wrigleyville is inextricably linked to Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs baseball team since the early 1900s. The surrounding neighborhood has long been defined by its proximity to the stadium and the influence of the baseball team and its dedicated fans. Wrigleyville, a loud and lively pocket of the Lakeview neighborhood, is a magnet for sports fans and young professionals alike.
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