What Are the Current Real Estate Conditions in Logan Square?

Looking for a neighborhood with a vibrant creative scene, complete with an iconic old school movie theatre? Check out Logan Square!

Located northwest of West Town, "Logan," as it's commonly called, is jammed full of coffee shops, deliciously dive-y bars, and Longman & Eagle's legendary chicken and waffles. Noted for its high level of energy and grassroots activism, Logan Square also boasts a robust arts community, thriving nightlife options, and an easygoing sensibility that makes it an excellent neighborhood for just about anyone.

Here are a few resources worth checking out if you're interested in this red hot part of Chicago: 

Interested in this welcoming hub of art and food? Let's check out Logan Square's current real estate market:

Explore this quiet, sophisticated 3-level corner brick/limestone townhome located within the private interior of a Roscoe Village courtyard. The home features four bedrooms, including three upstairs, and a separated bedroom or office with en suite bathroom on the first floor, off the marble entry foyer. You'll find many fine touches throughout the home, including double crown molding, wainscoting, and large windows with louvered shutters in the living area. The home is wired for sound throughout. The kitchen features Bosch and GE Profile stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, white cabinets, and marble flooring. Eat at the kitchen peninsula, or move the party into the spacious adjacent dining room. The home offers three wonderful outdoor spaces: a safe and private courtyard patio; a welcoming and warm deck off of the living room with space to grill and entertain; and a large rooftop deck with 360-degree views and a built-in pergola-topped bar, television mount, and ample seating for entertaining. The primary bedroom features dual custom closets with built-in shelving and an en suite bathroom featuring a jetted tub, marble shower, dual vanities, skylight, and separate water closet. The convenient Roscoe Village location is incredibly quiet, while still placing you close to the Addison Brown Line L station, several CPS Level 1+ schools, Trader Joe's, and the best that Roscoe Street and the Southport Corridor have to offer.

Floor plans are available for download here

Avondale Park ImagePhoto credit: MtHunder58 via Wikimedia Commons

Looking to live in one of the coolest neighborhoods in the city of Chicago - and maybe in the entire country? Then Avondale is the spot for you.

Avondale has been named one of the nation's hottest "up-and-coming" neighborhoods by travel media company Lonely Planet, whose writers vibed with the area's "scruffy, artsy, lived-in magic."

Those are their words, but we think they ring true. Avondale has long been a spot that's welcomed artists, families, and foodies of all stripes. Though the neighborhood has changed from the days when it was the center of Polish life for the city, Avondale has always been, and always will be, unique, unpretentious, and totally Chicago.

Boasting a unique combination of industrial architecture, classical cathedrals, and generously-sized homes, Avondale is home to some of Chicago's coolest haunts, including Honey Butter Fried Chicken, the pierogi-dispensing Red Apple, and, of course, Kuma's Corner, a world famous spot for burgers, beer, and heavy metal (yep, you read that right).

Officially, Avondale is bounded by Addison Street to the north and Diversey Avenue to the south, with the Chicago River on the east and Pulaski Road to the west. It is one of 77 officially-designated community areas in Chicago.

For more information on this eclectic, welcoming - and quickly growing - spot, we encourage you to check out some of these handy resources:

Ready to buy a house or condo in this charming neighborhood? Here are the current market statistics for Avondale:

What Are the Current Real Estate Market Conditions in Portage Park? (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Looking for a home with easy access to parks, a quick commute to plenty of local businesses, and winning views of some iconic Chicago sites? Then it's time to start looking at Portage Park, which boasts all of these features and more. 

Located on the northwest side of the city, Portage Park is bounded by Jefferson Park and Forest Glen to the north, Irving Park to the east, and Belmont-Cragin to the South. In addition to its beautiful homes, Portage Park also offers a ton to see and do, including its namesake park, a 36-acre area that once played host to the Pan-American Games, as well as Chopin Park, named for the famous Polish pianist

If shopping is more your style, the area also contains the iconic Six Corners shopping district, located at the intersection of Irving Park Road, Cicero Avenue, and Milwaukee Avenue. Portage Park also plays home to some amazing glimpses into the past and future of Chicago, including two iconic old movie palaces in the Portage Theater and The Patio. 

For more neighborhood information, we'll leave that to the neighborhood association and local guides:

Ready to give this charming and historic slice of Chicagoland a look for yourself? Here are the current market statistics for Portage Park:

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