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Chicago Neighborhoods

Hyde Park
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Hyde Park

Home to the prestigious University of Chicago, this South Side lakefront neighborhood offers rich history and a contemporary energy. Hyde Park boasts numerous architectural treasures —The Museum of Science and Industry is housed in one of the few remaining structures from the “White City” of the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition, and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House reopened to the public in early 2019 after an $11 million renovation.

Address:
Hyde Park, Chicago, IL, USA

Logan Square
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Logan Square

With its tree-lined boulevards and historic homes, Logan Square retains its considerable charm, despite significant development in recent years. Just over six miles northwest of the downtown Loop, it arguably possesses the most dynamic dining scene in the city—one packed with chef-driven restaurants and boundary-pushing bars, particularly along Milwaukee Avenue.

Address:
Logan Square, Chicago, IL, USA

West Loop
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West Loop

Chicago's West Loop has very nearly shed its hardscrabble meatpacking past—the neighborhood is now dotted with high rises and ambitious restaurant concepts. The 2012 opening of the Morgan CTA on the Green Line gave the area a public transit anchor, and an influx of high-profile corporate tenants like Google has only accelerated its frenetic transformation.

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