Chicago Neighborhoods

Where to Live in Chicago: Lincoln Park Neighborhood

March 1, 2012

Lincoln Park - named after Abraham Lincoln - is a well-known north side Chicago neighborhood that is home to a variety of Chicagoans. Located with Lakeview to the north and River North to the south, the tree-lined streets and culturally rich area is a fun and hip place to live outside the downtown area of Chicago.


Where To Live In Chicago: Wrigleyville

February 7, 2012
Tags: Lifestyle , Restaurants , Sports , Wrigleyville

In a neighborhood where a cub reigns as king, Wrigleyville is a fantastic place to live for those who love hot dogs, Cracker Jacks and America’s favorite pastime.

Drawn around the infamous Wrigley Field - home of the Chicago Cubs - Wrigleyville has much to offer from brats to bars. Located north of downtown Chicago, this hoppin’ part of town has a reputation for being a great place to grab a cold refreshment, watch some sports and enjoy some Chicago nightlife! Bars and restaurants have set up shop in Wrigleyville and offer a variety of different types of entertainment.

Starting out with the most obvious activity for Wrigleyville residents, 81 days out of the year the north side’s beloved Cubs host home games in the heart of the neighborhood. Wrigley Field - which has served as the home of the Cubs since 1916 - is one of the most historic baseball venues in the nation.