Logan Square has become one of the hottest Chicago destinations for everything from food and fashion to arts and entertainment. Nestled on the Northwest Side, the area is bordered by The 606 (AKA the Bloomingdale Trail) to the south, Western Avenue to the east, Diversey Avenue to the north, and the Metra/Milwaukee District North Line railroad to the west. Getting around by bike, bus, or train is easy and downtown is just a quick Blue Line ride away. Still, residents boast that they never have to leave the neighborhood as Logan Square provides a renowned wealth of options for shopping, dining, parks and recreation, all in one lively community.
The heart and namesake of this exciting neighborhood is the bustling intersection of Milwaukee Avenue, North Kedzie Boulevard, and West Logan Boulevard, where you will find historic tree-lined streets surrounding beautiful Logan Square Park. Residents take pride in the historic charm of the area, and the Logan Square Preservation Society has kept this picturesque central hub just as it was designed in the late 19th century. Take in the scenery at this iconic park and others, with regular Farmers Market days, festivals, concerts, and events. You can also enjoy getting outside by running or biking the unique and beautiful 606 Trail.
This community is shaped and strengthened by its diverse and eclectic roots, and its wide appeal is reflected in the housing market here. Logan Square is at once historic and modern, blue-collar and corporate, traditional and trendy, so whether you’re looking for a restored mansion or an affordable flat, there are options here for individuals and families of all walks of life.