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Logan Square Boulevards District

    Logan Square Boulevards District

    Found on Chicago’s northwest side, the Logan Square Boulevards District is arguably the best-preserved residential streetscape of the Chicago boulevards. These boulevards- Logan, Kedzie, Palmer, and Humboldt – are lined with incredible examples of single family, multi-unit, religious, and commercial dwellings from the turn of the century. The epicenter of this district is Logan Square- roughly a rectangle area where Logan Boulevard meets Kedzie and Milwaukee Avenues.

    Logan, Kedzie and Humboldt are tree-lined streets with grassy areas in the middle- quite unlike the typical streets of Chicago, and which lend an air of distinction to the neighborhood. The huge graystone homes and multi-unit buildings on each side stand majestically on their oversized city lots.

    But it’s not just the boulevards that are popular in this area. Logan Square is one of Chicago’s 77 communities, and recently this neighborhood has become a hot zone for renovation and new construction. With easy access to the Kennedy Expressway, and situated along the popular blue line, it’s been a natural for gentrification for those looking for well-priced homes just north of Bucktown. Also contributing to this popularity are the trendy and popular Bib Gourmand/Michelin Star restaurants that have opened in the last 15 years.

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