- Albany Park
- Andersonville- The booming community of Andersonville, has drawn many new residents over the past several yrs. Renters and buyers alike find this neighborhood to be friendly, creative, and eclectic. Its a wonderful place to eat, shop and just hang. North of Wrigleyville and Lincoln Square, Andersonville is... learn more
situated between Winnemac north to Byn Mawr and Broadway west to Ravenswood, Andersonville is charming and the with access to the lake and transit so close its easy to get anywhere. A true gem.
- De Paul
- East Village
- Fifth City
- Fulton River District
- Garfield Park - East
- Garfield Park - West
- Gold Coast
- Graceland West
- Hollywood Park
- Homan Square
- Humboldt Park
- Humboldt Park - West
- Irving Park
- Kelvyn Park
- Kilbourn Park
- Lakewood - Balmoral
- Lake View
- Lakeview - East
- Lakeview - West
- Lincoln Park- Wonderful Lincoln Park. Beautiful tree lined streets, huge single Family homes both old and new, condominium and rental buildings and much more fill these streets. A very desirable area for the young and old alike. Spreading from North avenue to Diversey and Clark west to Sheffield, this area has... learn more
been thriving for a long time and continues to be a very popular area. Situated along the park, lake and zoo, Lincoln Park is home to many. Near LSD, and many types of transit, this community offers a great deal to its residents. Great schools, wonderful restaurants, park district activities, art fairs and other festivals, this is wonderful destination for someone looking for an urban life style.
- Lincoln Square- Lincoln Square is a hip neighborhood surrounded by great transit and parts lie on the Chicago River. With Its boundaries are Montrose north to Foster... learn more
and Damen west to the Chicago River, LS can??????t be beat. This area keeps getting better and after Old Town Music opened on Lincoln and then the hood
just popped. Its a vibrant community with great shopping, eateries, and parks. Streets are filled with wonderful old / new homes on large lots. But
renters and singles are also attracted to this neighborhood because it has so much to offer.
- Logan Square
- Mayfair North
- Near East Side
- Near North Side
- Noble Square
- North Center- Lodged in between Roscoe Village and Lincoln Square, North Center has it all. Every type of shop, restaurant and pub is just s few steps away. Best part is if quiet is key, the interior streets offer just that. Renting or buying, this is a wonderful area. Coonley school is an attraction itself in that its a newly formed magnet school. Also located within its boundaries is St Bens, which is a popular parochial school. Close the El and Metra, this area is urban yet residential.
- North Park
- Old Irving Park
- Old Town
- Peterson Park
- Ravenswood Manor
- River North- Trendy, fashionable, River North has really become a Pinnacle for Chicagoans over the years. Beautiful old brick buildings that were converted into lofts and Condos started emerging in the 90??????s attracting young professionals and creatives who didn??????t want a long commute. Today, River North appeals to vast number of people who want to live close to where they play. Whether buying or renting, River North has many options. Clubs, hip restaurants, cafes, and bars are integrated into this city community. Walk to Mag mile or Millennium park. Close to transit, and expressways.... learn more
- Rogers Park
- Roscoe Village-... learn more
A neighborhood that boasts of great eateries, bars and cafes, Roscoe Village resides between Belmont north to Addison and Ravenswood west to Western. In close proximity to Wrigley, Southport Corridor, Lincoln Square and other hoods, Roscoe Village has become a destination to many both visitors and those looking for a new residence. This neighborhood is diverse in that people of all ages live here, whether single or married w kids, its a wonderful community. Very dog and kid friendly. Close to expressways and public transportation, Roscoe Village just keeps getting better.
- Sheridan Park
- South Loop- Cool, hip, creative living- south loop is where its at. Coming up fast, South Loop boasts of very cool loft conversions that bring a uniquess to city... learn more
living. Very close to the lake, living in the South Loop makes it easy to walk, bike take transit all over DT. Restaurants, wine bars, cafes keep
emerging making this area very attractive to many. With Roosevelt street being developed, there are grocery stores, target, Home Depot and others in
close proximity. Live work and play is the South Loops motto, and people are making that happen. Urban and very inviting.
- Southport Corridor- Trendy and hip are what describe the streets of Southport Corridor. People love it here ?????? its a short walk to Wrigley, and the shopping is great. This
has become a hot area where many live, play and visit. Lots of wonderful streets with buildings and homes alike, Southport Corridor is the home DQ
where there is always a line. With its boundaries between Belmont north to Berteau and Lakewood North to Greenview, Southport Corridor easily
accessible, close to transit and main streets. A wonderful destination for checking out or for living.
- St. Ben's
- Ukranian Village
- United Center Park
- West Loop- Trendy is the best word to describe this thriving area. West Loop is very lofty and very cool. With is coordinates between Lake south to Vanburen and... learn more
Halsted west to Ashland, West Loop has really established itself as a wonderful community. Great lofts, wonderful restaurants, grocery stores, wine bars, and more, this area lends itself to walking the streets in search of a new trendy store or new cafe. Always something happening in this hood and its close to all major highways. Great city living.
- West Town
- Wicker Park