A booming entertainment district in the 1920’s and 1930’s, Uptown was the stomping grounds for Al Capone, Charlie Chaplin, Gloria Swanson and others at the time. Recently, Uptown has benefited from neighborhood-wide commercial and residential redevelopment. The entertainment district is alive an
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Famous for its beaches and sprawling park space, Edgewater, was once a top destination for Chicago’s elite. More recently, the neighborhood has become a hot spot for buyers and renters due to its easy access to public transportation and proximity to the lakefront and beaches. Residents of all ages
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Known as one of the hippest places to live in Chicago, Wicker Park is also one of the city’s most popular destinations for culture and entertainment. The neighborhood is home to several music, theater and performance art venues, along with many independent art galleries.
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No neighborhood has undergone as much of a transformation in recent years as the West Loop. Situated just west of The Loop, the West Loop was once home to some of the largest meat packing companies and manufacturing warehouses in Chicago. In recent years, the area has seen an explosion in popularity
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Nicknamed for the El train tracks that encircle the business district, The Loop is the epicenter of Chicago and one of the most important central business districts in the world. The Chicago Loop encompasses the entire historic downtown Chicago area. In addition to its famous architecture and energe
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Just south of the Gold Coast and north of The Loop is Streeterville, one of the Chicago’s oldest neighborhoods. Don’t let that fool you! The neighborhood plays host to some of the city’s newest high-rises, hotels, stores, bars and restaurants. If you want a true neighborhood feel in the heart
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Just south of the Chicago Loop, in close proximity to the lakefront is the South Loop. The neighborhood encompasses a collection of cultural treasures, including the Museum Campus featuring Adler Planetarium, The Field Museum and Shedd Aquarium. The campus is an extension of Grant Park which plays h
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Located just north of the Loop and bordering the Magnificent Mile, River North has become a go-to neighborhood for those who appreciate fine art, design, premier dining and an energetic nightlife. Past and present meet in an eclectic mix of modern condos, luxury apartment buildings, high-rise office
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Lincoln Park, named after the city’s largest park, is one of the most popular neighborhoods in the City of Chicago. Located just two miles north of downtown, with its mix of parks, restaurants, bars, theaters, shopping and top schools, Lincoln Park ranks among the best urban neighborhoods in the c
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Anchored by a gorgeous stretch of Lake Michigan shoreline to the east, and encompassing diverse neighborhoods, such as East Lakeview, Central Lakeview, Wrigleyville and Boystown, Lakeview has a broad appeal to visitors and residents of every type. Lakeview, one of Chicago’s largest neighborhoods,
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