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Southport Corridor

“West Town” is a bit of an enigma – it’s both a generic term to refer to a large swath of Chicago’s west side, and a smaller neighborhood unto itself. It’s diverse, quirky, and a hive of activity. Homes are an eclectic mix of vintage and modern, ranging from modest worker’s cottages to luxurious new-construction single-family homes.

by: Greg Nagel
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Noble Square

This is one of the value neighborhoods in greater West Town. Bordering Wicker Park and East Village, it offers its residents easy access to those neighborhoods’ amenities, while remaining somewhat lower-priced. There’s little demolition to make room for newer homes.

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Roscoe Village

The name is short for East Ukrainian Village, but East Village has an identity of its own. An eclectic mix of vintage and modern, tree-lined streets, and vibrant shopping & dining corridors that create the perfect backdrop for urban life, close to downtown but bucolic enough to almost seem suburban in certain areas.

by: Greg Nagel
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