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Lincoln Park combines luxury apartments and renovated homes with exceptional dining, pop-up bars, renowned theatres and tourist attractions. The lakefront location assists in giving Lincoln Park it’s personality and charm. Chicago’s top beaches are located in Lincoln Park and are great summer destinations for all residents and their families.

Places to Visit:
Chicago History Museum
Lincoln Park Zoo
Second City
Lincoln Hall

Lakeview - Easily accessible and picturesque, Lakeview is home to several diverse areas, such as Boystown and Wrigleyville. Live music venues, street festivals, and an infinite number of bars and pubs create an extraordinary culture center in Chicago. The housing market in Lakeview over the last few years has been booming, with new condo buildings being built and apartments being renovated.

Places to Visit:
Wrigley Field
Belmont Theatre District
Music Box Theatre

Gold Coast - As one of the country’s most affluent neighborhoods, the Gold Coast combines luxury housing with high-end shopping and world-famous restaurants. Housing is comprised of historical mansions and new construction condominiums. Rush Street boasts a mixture of thriving nightlife and lively concerts and events.

Places to Visit:
The Magnificent Mile
Museum of Contemporary Art
Restoration Hardware / 3 Arts Club Cafe

Streeterville - Over 27,000 people live in this tourist-friendly neighborhood, comprised of numerous attractions and popular destinations. More than half of residential property in Streeterville are apartment rentals, while condos make up around 45% of the housing market. This trendy neighborhood is also very dog-friendly. This area is also home to the most popular tourist attractions in the city.

Places to Visit:
Navy Pier
Children’s Museum

River North - If you appreciate fine art and buzzing nightlife, River North is for you. Every type of cuisine is offered in this cultural hub. The Merchandise Mart is the centerpiece of an area decorated with eye-catching architecture and non-stop entertainment. Housing is comprised mainly of luxury apartments and rehabbed lofts. A great area to explore, River North has everything you need.

Places to Visit:
Chicago Cultural Center
House of Blues

Wicker Park / Bucktown - Unique coffee shops, vintage retail stores, and numerous art galleries make Wicker Park and Bucktown the most creative neighborhood in Chicago. There are nearly 150 restaurants located on the streets of Wicker Park and Bucktown. Most of the 26,000 residents of Wicker Park and Bucktown live in condos, which are being renovated to meet the needs of today’s buyer. However, the area also offers many single family, new construction homes. Young adults are attracted to the area due to its closeness to public transportation and The Loop.

Places to Visit:
Chicago Polish Museum
Chicago Children’s Theatre

Logan Square - This Northwest Side Chicago area was named one of the nation’s coolest neighborhoods in 2016. Known as the “Midwest headquarters of hip”, residents can find tree-lined streets housing coffee shops and cocktail lounges. Restored mansions and Greystone homes make Logan Square both charming and fascinating.

Places to Visit:
Congress Theatre
Revolution Brewing Brewhub
Logan Square Arts Festival

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