Chicago Featured Neighborhoods

Portage Park

Portage Park Portage Park, packed with classic Chicago-style bungalows, is named for its picturesque park. The natural area, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, famously hosted the Pan-American Games in 1959 and the U.S. Olympic swimming trials in 1972. Today, the park is a beloved summertime hangout thanks to its lush …

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Roscoe Village

Roscoe Village This charming, laid back “village within the city” is known for its residential appeal. This neighborhood features boutique shopping and local restaurants along the main boulevard, Roscoe Street. Wine bars and small, local dive bars are a primary source of neighborhood nightlife. The streets are filled with brownstones, both as single family homes …

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West Loop

West Loop A former meat-packing district, the West Loop has become one of the most dynamic dining destinations in the city. In particular, a stretch of Randolph Street known as Restaurant Row is where you’ll find many of the neighborhood’s most celebrated spots. The West Loop is also home to Greektown, a bustling enclave overflowing …

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Northbrook Northbrook, one of Chicago’s premiere North Shore communities, is an easy commute by car or train just 25 miles north of Chicago’s downtown. This village is filled with historic charm and endless shopping and dining, along with beautiful parks, playgrounds, and top-rated public schools, making it the perfect location for families, business professionals, and …

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Jefferson Park

Jefferson Park This affordable, up-and-coming neighborhood offers buyers a diverse housing market with many types of homes to choose from. Beautiful houses with comfortable porches sit on perfectly manicured lawns surrounded by wrought-iron fencing and mature trees shade the properties. Brick bungalows, frame houses and two-story abodes line the residential streets in Jefferson Park with …

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