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  • Andersonville

  • East Lakeview

  • East Village

  • Edgewater Glen

  • Lincoln Park

  • Old Town

  • Ravenswood

  • River North

  • Sheridan Park

  • South Loop

  • Wrigleyville


A neighborhood on Chicago’s north side, known for its Swedish roots, historic architecture, and bustling urban main street, Clark Street. Also recognized as the “shop local capital of Chicago,” supporting the largest network of local and independent businesses in the area. Home to one of Chicago’s largest LGBTQ+ populations, Andersonville is a community full of pride and a commitment to equality. Andersonville is for everyone.

East Lakeview

East Lakeview or “Lake View East” is part of Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood. Its most notable features include the diverse and lively Boystown and all the lakeside activity. Sprawling alongside both Lake Michigan and parts of Lincoln Park, East Lakeview provides ample opportunity to get outdoors. Amidst the many Lake Michigan trails and paths, you can enjoy the Diversey Driving Range, a long bike ride or run alongside Lake Michigan’s crashing waves. Side streets are filled with homes, apartment buildings and condos along with an abundance of trees and history. The more bustling streets are filled with all the entertainment you could imagine including the vibrant Boystown nightlife scene on Halsted. East Lakeview transportation is made simple with the Brown Line and CTA buses running along Clark, Halsted and Sheridan. Whether you’re taking advantage of unique stores on Broadway, catching Indie films at Landmark Theater and dancing the night away in Boystown, you’ll find that East Lakeview has all the perks of a lake adjacent neighborhood and then some.

East Village

East Village or “East Ukrainian Village” is a neighborhood directly east of Ukrainian Village. The generally accepted boundaries of East Village are Ashland on the east, Damen on the west, Division on the north, and Chicago on the south. Although German Americans were initially the largest ethnic group in the area, by 1890 Poles were the clear majority, organized around a dense network of Roman Catholic churches. Local fraternal and religious organizations helped new immigrants get their bearings. Today this neighborhood has been largely gentrified. East Village’s historic proximity to the elevated train and higher population density gave it a more working-class population than Ukrainian Village, and much of the original housing stock has been torn down for new construction in recent years.

Edgewater Glen

Edgewater Glen is located in the north central part of Edgewater. It was named from the streets Glenwood Avenue and Glenlake Avenue that cross in the center of Edgewater Glen. A local residents and businesses organization called Edgewater Glen Association, incorporated in 1972, invented the name. The association, which is still active, determined the boundaries of Edgewater Glen as: Granville (north), Broadway (east), Elmdale (south), and Clark/Ashland (west).

Lincoln Park

One of Chicago’s most sought after neighborhoods, Lincoln Park is located just 2 miles north of downtown and bordered by North Avenue, Diversey Parkway, the Chicago River and Lake Michigan. Lincoln Park offers an appealing blend of active retails streets, urban college campuses, and narrow tree‑lined residential blocks. Lincoln Park is home to two major museums, DePaul University and one of the nation’s oldest zoos. The community’s amenities, location and housing options attract everyone from young, first‑time homebuyers to local celebrities and CEOs. With its mix of city parks, restaurants, bars, theaters and top schools, Lincoln Park is virtually unrivaled among urban neighborhoods in the U.S.

Old Town

First settled by German immigrants in 1850, Old Town is popular with architecture buffs who come to admire its Victorian-era buildings, quaint streets and shops. Tree-lined Wells Street features the revered Second City comedy club, old-school pubs, charming eateries and artisanal coffee shops, as well as quirky boutiques. St. Michael’s Church is one of the few structures in Chicago to survive the Great Fire of 1871.


Ravenswood is located on Chicago’s North Side and is known for its large homes on large lots. An old German neighborhood, mostly in the Lincoln Square community. An old German neighborhood, today it has become popular particularly with young couples who are looking for the urban experience to raise their families as well as the singles set who are attracted by the Lincoln Avenue entertainment strip. Despite recent rises in Ravenswood property values, homes and apartments can be found at more affordable rates here than in trendier Chicago neighborhoods like Lakeview or Lincoln Park.

River North

River North is a lively neighborhood in the Near North Side of Chicago. It’s an ultra‑stylish, ultra‑urban district of sleek art galleries and studios, all tucked away into former warehouse buildings. It’s also home to one of the city’s hottest nightlife scenes, with trendy bars and clubs that keep the party going till the early morning hours. Opened in 1930 in a former industrial area, the sprawling Merchandise Mart attracts throngs of shoppers to its home and office design showrooms. Surrounding the Mart, which sits on the award‑winning Chicago Riverwalk, artist’s studios in converted warehouses and lofts form a hub that sustains the area’s foremost art galleries.

Sheridan Park

Sheridan Park is a small community within the larger neighborhood of Uptown. A hidden gem in the city, Sheridan Park offers a rare mix of classic Chicago courtyards, historic single-family homes, vintage mansions, and modern condominiums. Sheridan Park is full of historically significant residential buildings – so much so that it is in the National Register of Historic Places as a certified historic district. The neighborhood affords its residents close proximity to several train stations as well as some of the area’s best entertainment venues.

South Loop

The South Loop has gone through a number of transformations in its lifetime, from museum hotspot to college campus mecca to restaurant powerhouse, but no one can deny its consistent appeal. Hosting quaint (and unexpected, given its proximity to the towering skyscrapers of the Loop) single‑family homes and high‑rises that soar above the city, the South Loop is as comfortable as it is forward thinking. While the constant flow of college students and office workers fill the neighborhood during the day, at night the neighborhood transitions into a quiet enclave in the shadows of the city’s most iconic buildings. Home to an exciting restaurant scene, front row access to Grant Park, and the city’s most famous museums, the South Loop offers a combination of amenities and serenity unmatched by most urban neighborhoods.


Established in 1914, Wrigley Field is the centerpiece and namesake of this former working-class neighborhood. The area is now a tourist hub that swells with activity during Chicago Cubs home games. It’s densely packed with lively sports bars and cool pubs, as well as baseball-themed gift shops that line Sheffield, Addison and Clark streets. The iconic Metro has hosted shows by bands such as R.E.M. and Nirvana.