Avondale residents enjoy great homes, creative businesses, and an active cultural scene.
Foodie-worthy restaurants, independent bookstores, and art galleries are just some of the attractions of this popular West Side neighborhood.
East Village has attracted many new residents with its hip restaurants, new development, and great location between Wicker Park and the Loop.
Located in the heart of Chicago, Fulton River District residents enjoy innovative housing on quiet streets steps from top restaurants and entertainment.
The center of Greek culture and cuisine in Chicago – Greektown is also a popular residential area.
With great homes, a thriving cultural scene, and its beautiful namesake park – Humboldt Park is a popular west side neighborhood.
With its historic boulevards and offbeat artistic vibe, Logan Square’s popularity is no surprise.
Located just 3 miles northwest of the Loop, Noble Square is an underrated Chicago gem.
From its brightly colored murals to the smells of fresh Mexican food, Pilsen is one of Chicago’s most recognizable neighborhoods.
Once a railway and industrial hub, River West has been rediscovered as a sleek and modern residential area.
With both old-world charm and modern flair, Ukrainian Village is one of Chicago’s hottest neighborhoods.
University Village is known for its major university (UIC), modern architecture, and an old-world vibe.
Top restaurants, beautiful views, and steps to the office- the West Loop is an exciting place to call home.
West Town is a diverse, exciting neighborhood known for its arts scene, modern homes, and great restaurants.
As a creative epicenter, foodie hub, and one of the city’s great nightlife destinations, Wicker Park has only gotten hipper in recent years.