Located on Chicago's northwest side, you'll pass colorful galleries and museums, independent theater companies, small-scale music venues and retail boutiques touting lines from local designers in West Town. Mixed in are historic churches, brick cottages, quaint coffee shops and a booming restaurant and bar scene.
With stylish new condomimium buildings and a range of apartment developments (from a small few-units to luxurious gated-communities), there is a good supply of lease homes in the area.
Bordering Neighborhoods: Goose Island, Wicker Park
Boundaries: Chicago River to the east, the Union Pacific railroad tracks to the south, the former railroad tracks on Bloomingdale Avenue to the North, and an irregular western border to the west that includes the city park called Humboldt Park.