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Chicago - Bucktown
"Trendy restaurants and independent shops mingle with classic neighborhood spots and unique artists' galleries in one of Chicago's most established and eclectic west side neighborhoods." Chicago - Bucktown information and links
Chicago - Ravenswood & Lincoln Square
Residents of Chicago's Ravenswood neighborhood enjoy small shops, outdoor cafes, the annual Apple Fest & Farmer's Market and the lovely architectural homes of the East Ravenswood Historic District. The Lincoln Square neighborhood has been designated a historic preservation district. This gorgeous residential area has an "Old World" feel to it - due to the zoning, size of the tree-lined streets and beautiful architecture. Chicago - Ravenswood & Lincoln Square information and links
Chicago - Wicker Park
Part of the West-Town community area, the Wicker Park neighborhood was founded by the Wicker brothers in the 1870s and named for the triangular-shaped public park the brothers donated to the city. Large residences line the park and nearby streets. Some of the best examples of Victorian-era architecture can be seen on Pierce and Hoyne Streets. An explosion of development in Wicker Park continues today, with restaurants and entertainment co-mingling with classy shops that offer everything from couturier garments to contemporary and antique home furnishings. The local art scene has become known for exciting new work, with good venues to exhibit and perform like the Double Door and the Empty Bottle. The long-running Around the Coyote festival is an annual gathering of the neighborhood's artistic highlights. Transportation is convenient in Wicker Park with the CTA's Blue Line elevated train and the major arteries of North, Milwaukee, and Damen converging upon the center of the area. Chicago - Wicker Park information and links
Chicago's Andersonville Neighborhood
"Located in Edgewater on the North Side of Chicago, Andersonville is a fun-filled neighborhood that has retained much of its Old World charm. First settled by Swedes in 1845, Andersonville is still very much a Swedish immigrant community, and a visit to the Swedish American Museum is a great way to learn about its rich history and culture. Andersonville's proximity to Lake Michigan's beaches and a vibrant dining and shopping scene have made it a very popular area for young professionals in recent years." Chicago's Andersonville Neighborhood information and links
Chicago's Edgewater Neighborhood
Featuring wider streets and spacious yards, Edgewater is a sprawling area bounded by Lake Michigan, Foster, Ravenswood and Devon. The name Edgewater originated with developer J.L.Cochran, who wanted to create a small town in 1880. By 1910, the name Edgewater was being used through the area. Today, Edgewater is composed of many lovely neighborhoods, including Andersonville, Edgewater Glen, and Lakewood-Balmoral. Chicago's Edgewater Neighborhood information and links
Chicago's Gold Coast Neighborhood
One of Chicago's most treasured residential areas with its quiet, tree-lined streets, stately homes and connections to the city's past, the prestigious Gold Coast neighborhood is home to the world renowned Magnificent Mile on Michigan Avenue. The Gold Coast is a mix of grand 19th century mansions, luxury high-rise condominiums and renovated gray and brownstone walkups. Chicago's Gold Coast Neighborhood information and links
Chicago's Lakeview Neighborhood
Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood is within walking distance of almost everything - trendy boutiques, Chicago's "Off-Loop" theater district, galleries, spectacular nightlife and a wealth of restaurants and coffeehouses. Neighborhood residents enjoy ample opportunities for boating, jogging, volleyball, golfing, skating, biking, fishing and more. Lakeview also offers some of the most diverse shopping in the city. Lakeview is home to many smaller neighborhoods, including Lakeshore East, West Lakeview, Roscoe Village, Graceland West, Southeast Ravenswood, Belmont Harbor and Wrigleyville, home of the Chicago Cubs. The charm and beauty of tree-lined streets and Lake Michigan, combined with a location just minutes from downtown Chicago, make this neighborhood especially attractive. Chicago's Lakeview Neighborhood information and links
Chicago's Lincoln Park Neighborhood
Active lakeside park and beach meet upscale boutique shopping and world-class dining. With its blend of commercial shopping centers, swank eateries, thriving bars and magnificent historic mansions along tree-lined streets, Lincoln Park is a charming near north side Chicago neighborhood. Chicago's Lincoln Park Neighborhood information and links

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