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Check out Uptown homes to find a neighborhood with a lot of personality and housing available to suit any lifestyle. Uptown real estate is mostly attached houses, though there are also single-family homes as well. The northern area of Uptown, called Andersonville, has a more suburban feel. The southern part of the neighborhood boasts spacious historic penthouses, as well as modern condominiums. These are typically located above shops and restaurants, which occupy the ground floor of the buildings. Getting into downtown is quick and convenient. The Red Line runs through the center of Uptown, with stops at Argyle, Lawrence, and Wilson. The eastern end of Uptown borders on Lake Michigan, and residents can easily take a hike on the Montrose Trail or relax at Montrose Beach.
Uptown homes offer residents lots of entertainment options. In the 1920s and 30s, the area was known for its jazz venues. The Uptown Entertainment District has been experiencing a revival over the last few years, and the ornate buildings are being restored to their former glory. Another famous area in Uptown is the northeast part of the community, centering on Argyle Street is known as Asia on Argyle. Here you’ll find Chinese, Thai, and Vietnamese restaurants and grocery stores.
There are several excellent public elementary schools in Uptown, offering families great choices when it comes to educating their kids. Other public amenities include a number of great parks. Lincoln Park offers soccer fields, a path for walking, jogging, and biking, a sledding hill, dog park, and much more. There’s also Wilson Skatepark and Waveland (Marovitz) Golf Course. For those who enjoy boating, Montrose Harbor has a marina and is the location of the Chicago Corinthian Yacht Club. Two other parks, Clarendon Park and Margate Field House have playgrounds for kids, indoor basketball courts, and athletic fields.
Act quickly to secure your home in this up and coming neighborhood!