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The Dunning neighborhood is located thirteen miles northwest of the loop and borders the communities of Norridge, Portage Park, Belmont Heights, Harwood Heights, Elmwood Park and Schorsch Village. The peaceful streets and nicely kept homes belie a...

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The Bucktown neighborhood is located about 3-1/2 miles northwest of the loop. Its borders are formed by Western Ave on the west, the Kennedy Expressway on the east, Fullerton Ave on the north and North Ave on the south. The neighborhood is...

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The quiet little neighborhood of Buena Park is located five and a half miles north of downtown in the southernmost section of the Uptown community area and is bordered by Montrose Ave on the north, Lake Shore Drive on the east, Irving Park Rd on the...

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Albany Park is one of the most diverse neighborhoods in Chicago. As a result, one can expect to find a wide variety of grocers, retail, restaurants, and shops unlike anywhere else in the City.Albany Park is located approximately 8 miles northwest...

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Avondale is located less than 7 miles northwest of Chicago's loop. The neighborhood is bordered by the communities of Irving Park, Roscoe Village, Logan Square and West Lakeview. The neighborhood boundaries are Addison Street on the north, Western...

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On the north side of Chicago, nestled within the Edgewater community lays the charming enclave of Andersonville. Originally a large cherry orchard, the area was settled by immigrant Swedish farmers in the mid-19th century when the area was still a...

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The Lincoln Square neighborhood is located on the north side of Chicago. The neighborhood is bounded by Montrose Avenue on the south, the Chicago River on the west, Foster Avenue on the north and Ravenswood Avenue on the east.One of the first...

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Located between Belmont Avenue and Addison Street, and west from Lincoln Avenue to Western Avenue, Roscoe Village has become a popular alternative to the pricey and more densely populated Lincoln Park and DePaul areas of Chicago.The Roscoe Village...

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Jefferson Park's earliest settler, John Kinzie Clark, arrived in the area in 1830. Soon another pioneer, Elijah Wentworth, joined him and staked a claim to the land where the Jefferson Park CTA terminal is now located. Wentworth built a log hotel...

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Chicago's northwest side community of Humboldt Park centers on the 207-acre park named for naturalist Alexander von Humboldt in 1869, the year that the sparsely populated area was annexed to Chicago. Rapid population growth followed the arrival of...