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Chicago Neighborhoods


Gold Coast Neighborhood

Chicago’s Gold Coast Historic District has the cachet of Manhattan’s Upper East Side, featuring a mixture of mansions, architecturally significant greystones, and luxury condos and co-ops on bucolic tree-lined streets. Bounded by North Avenue, Lake Shore Drive, Oak Street, and Clark Street, Chicago’s Near North Side community has been a destination for prominent Chicago families since the 1880s, in the wake of the Great Chicago Fire.
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Lakeview East, from Diversey Parkway north to Irving Park, offers a greater selection of high rise condominiums than neighboring Lincoln Park. Concentrated on Lake Shore Drive, you can be assured of stunning views of not just the lake but beautiful Belmont or Montrose Harbor and the park
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Lincoln Park Neighborhood

Lincoln Park, rich with tree-lined streets and steeped in history, offers a neighborhood charm rarely seen in major cities. Whether you’re a buyer with a single lifestyle or a growing family, the diverse Lincoln Park real estate for sale makes it easy to find a home to suit your needs: one bedrooms in high rises with breathtaking views, million dollar condos in white-glove buildings, historic greystones, new single family homes, and mini-mansions on multiple lots.
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New East Side

The New East Side is a neighborhood everyone is pleasantly surprised to discover. Hidden in plain sight just east of Michigan Avenue, south of the Chicago River, and north of Millennium Park, this quiet enclave is home to luxury condominiums, apartments, and townhomes in a walk-to everywhere location. You can seriously consider giving up your car when you live within the 28-acre Lakeshore East community built around an award-winning 6-acre botanical recreational park featuring lighted fountains,
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River North Neighborhood

Once a thriving industrial area, the economic downturn of the 1970s forever transformed River North into a creative colony, offering emerging artists and writers affordable lofts and studios in shuttered warehouses. Fortunately, with growth and prosperity, a sense of the neighborhood’s bohemian culture remained. Today, the officially designated RIVER NORTH GALLERY DISTRICT has the greatest concentration of art galleries in the United States, outside of Manhattan.
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South Loop

The South Loop is bordered on the north by Roosevelt Road, on the east by Michigan Avenue, on the south by 18th Street, and on the west by Union Avenue. While for years the area was home to rail yards and train stations, not luxury realtors selling high-end,condos and mini-mansions, its revitalization began in 1992 with the development of Central Station. Perfectly situated on the lakefront,, the 72-acre community of townhomes and condominium buildings offered professionals a quick commute to
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Streeterville realtors will tell you that Streeterville is a small pocket neighborhood with big appeal. Bounded by the Chicago River to the South, Lake Michigan to the north and east, and the Magnificent Mile on the west, Streeterville is at the heart of what we love about urban living: convenience. And throughout these bucolic blocks there are diverse real estate choices to suit every lifestyle – sky-high condos in the 96-story John Hancock to pre-war co-ops with tree-top views.
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