The Lincoln Park neighborhood is located next to the park of the same name, which is the largest in Chicago. The neighborhood has a large population of residents in their 20s and 30s, attracted by outdoor activities in the park and the DePaul University campus located in the neighborhood.
What was once known as one of the most rundown neighborhood in Chicago is today the artistic center of the city. Art galleries were drawn to the area by affordable rents, and the neighborhood now has one of the highest concentrations of galleries of any neighborhood in the country.
Roscoe Village is a family-oriented neighborhood, located just four miles from the Loop. Young families are attracted to the area by its central location and attractive brick walkups.
This neighborhood by the lake features access to the Oak Street Beach, and jogging or biking on the Lakeshore Trail. It is one of the richest neighborhoods in the city, featuring high-end shops like Gucci and Versace.
This neighborhood was the scene of the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition. Today, Hyde Park’s proximity to the University of Chicago has turned it into a haven for academics and intellectuals.
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