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 and well, serving as a destination for those seeking its vibrant blend of old and new. For music lovers, the Aragon Ballroom and Riviera Theater host performers of all genres. An old Capone hangout, the Green Mill, is the neighborhoods spot for Jazz. One can tour the world of cuisine in the neighborhood’s many cafes and restaurants.

Residents enjoy Uptown’s easy access to both public transportation and the lakefront. In addition, renters and homebuyers enjoy the neighborhood’s affordability paired with a selection of housing styles ranging between vintage walk-ups, new construction condos, rehabbed apartment buildings and lakefront high-rises.

Distance to Downtown Chicago

6.7 miles

Average Drive Times

18 minutes to Chicago Loop
33 minutes to Chicago O'Hare Airport
35 minutes to Chicago Midway Airport

Public Transportation

EL Red Line:
Bryn Mawr, Wilson, Berwyn, Lawrence, & Argyle

Bus Lines:
151, 144, 146, 136, 147, 92, 36, & 81

Metra:
Rogers Park (Union Pacific North Line)
Ravenswood (Union Pacific North Line)