Mayfair is a phenomenal neighborhood in the north side of Chicago near Albany Park and Old Irving Park. It is known for having old-fashioned housing.
Hyde Park is surrounded by a beautiful area in Chicago. It is located right near the University of Chicago and the Museum of Science and Industry.
ParqEx listers in Wrigleyville boosted their prices this weekend in hopes to make a killing off their parking spots.
Wrigleyville is the nickname to the neighborhood directly surrounding Wrigley Field. Also known as Central Lakeview, its borders run from Cornelia Avenue and Irving Park Road, to Halsted Street and Racine Avenue.
The neighborhood is extremely trendy known for hosting emerging bands, high fashion boutiques, cutting-edge gourmet restaurants and bakeries, European-style cafes, upscale independent grocers, and artsy businesses that come and go due to increasing retail rent.
The area has experienced rapid gentrification in recent years and is a haven for young families. Close enough to the Loop for a quick work commute but not engulfed by towering…
The Uptown Entertainment District is home to various music venues, nightclubs, restaurants and shops. The Uptown Entertainment District is now experiencing a revival, with new restaurants and shops opening every year.
If you’re visiting Chicago and looking to lodge in style, Streeterville is the spot for you. The neighborhood hosts more than 25 hotels, including the Ritz Carlton
As recently as ten years ago, the South Loop was an area that few people would ever want to visit. Developers are now attacking the South Loop in a frenzy
Roscoe Village has dozens of local eateries offering a variety of fares (including Mediterranean, South American, Thai and Italian cuisines, among many others).
A home to people from all over the world, there is no single dominant ethnicity but rather its residents speak nearly 40 different languages and come from over 80 countries.
Boasting Chicago’s highest concentration of restaurants, this small neighborhood has become a favorite destination for locals and tourists alike.
Historic Pullman was built in the 1880s by George Pullman as workers’ housing for employees of his eponymous railroad car company, the Pullman Palace Car Company.
The area is notable for its Six Corners outdoor shopping district, centered at the intersection of Irving Park Road, Cicero Avenue and the diagonal Milwaukee Avenue, the Portage Theater and for its namesake – Portage Park.
Mexican restaurants in Pilsen are notably authentic to original Mexican cuisine.