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Chicago is a great city full distinctive neighborhoods. Find both up and coming businesses as well as a strong sense of history. Logan Square homes are a combination of classic greystones, spacious bungalow-style houses, as well as modern condos and townhomes. People who want to be close to the center of the city find Logan Square real estate very convenient. There are three stops on the CTA Blue Line, which take passengers to downtown, O’Hare International Airport, the west side of the city, and the western suburbs. Not only is it easy to get to jobs in downtown, getting around Logan Square itself is facilitated by wide, bike-friendly streets.
Logan Square isn’t just a convenient place for commuters. It’s also a fun neighborhood, with quirky little restaurants, well-established dive bars, and community gardens. Preservation groups work to preserve historic Logan Square homes, and the old and the new coexist peacefully. Residents of Logan Square are fiercely proud of the character of their neighborhood and value all that’s local. Stroll along Milwaukee Avenue to find bars with local brews and restaurants using locally-sourced ingredients in the dishes on the menu. The Logan Square Farmers Market is held every Sunday from mid-May to late October. Find produce grown close to home, as well as farm-raised meats and fresh-baked breads and bakery treats.
Not only does the neighborhood offer great restaurants, a buzzing nightlife, and excellent shopping, it is also boasts several beautiful parks, as well as tree-lined boulevards, which are part of Chicago’s “Emerald Necklace”, a system of parks connected by shady planted streets. Palmer Square Park is a nice spot for joggers and walkers, who use the path that encircles the park. Children love to play at the play structure, which was inspired by the classic story The Velveteen Rabbit.
Make time to visit this fun, affordable neighborhood, with easy access to downtown Chicago!