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Slowly transforming over the past few years, Logan Square has become one of the trendiest places to live in Chicago. The neighborhood is full of dive bars, coffee houses and upscale eateries. It's everything you could want packed into an urban neighborhood.

Plenty of farmers markets are found throughout Logan Square in the summer, along with a number of outdoor street festivals. Featuring tree-lined boulevards and a low-key entertainment district, Logan Square has become the home to many artists, professionals, students and families.

Living in Logan Square

Choosing a home in Logan Square means you'll gain easy access to the most popular areas of Chicago. The growing neighborhood provides a balance of nature and convenience throughout. Access to the CTA Blue Line makes it easy for residents to enjoy other popular areas of Chicago, as well.

Some of the trendiest areas for nightlife, shopping and dining are found near Logan Square. However, the community actually provides its own low-key entertainment district with local bars, restaurants and bistros. Many of the coffee shops also provide a place for local musicians to perform and artists to show off their work. 

While the area has become very popular with artists and creative types, it's still an attractive neighborhood for a variety of buyers. Many students, working professionals and those looking to start families have moved into the area to enjoy the bohemian lifestyle and affordable housing.

Things to do in Logan Square

Finding something to do in Logan Square or nearby isn't hard at all. This hipster haven provides a number of great cocktail lounges, gourmet coffee houses and places for dining. Such as Navigator Taproom, Ancien Cycles, and Giant. The streets are very bike friendly and the heart of the community includes the actual square. The square is found at the intersection of Logan and Kedzie Boulevards as the circle interchange meets Milwaukee Avenue.

Logan Square is also known for the streetscapes and parks, which are interconnected to form what is known as the "Emerald Necklace." This section of the community also boasts some of the most beautiful mansions, majestic churches and gorgeous Greystone homes.

Events are plentiful throughout the area, as well. Both Bucktown and Wicker Park hold regular events throughout the year, while many of the other sub-neighborhoods have annual festivals in the summer. Street festivals are very popular throughout the warmer months, along with a number of outdoor performances.

How can we help you in Logan Square?

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You can send us an email at clients@chicagoresidential.com or for an even quicker response, shoot us a quick text at (312) 755-8557 to begin your apartment search today. You can also view our calendar to schedule a future call at your leisure.

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Real Estate

As one of the 77 designated neighborhoods in Chicago, Logan Square is home to many sub-neighborhoods including Palmer Square, Bucktown and Belmont Gardens. The combination of sub-neighborhoods provides plenty of housing options throughout Logan Square. From bungalow style homes to cottages to high-rise new construction buildings, there's something for just about any home buyer or renter.


The growth of Logan Square is due to the newly built condos, but the neighborhood still provides plenty of single family homes, townhomes and some large mansions. Those seeking a home near some of the top areas of Chicago with plenty of living space may enjoy what Logan Square offers.


The real estate market within the area does provide affordable choices. One bedroom condos start between $100K and $300K, while the average unit will run from $225K up to about $725K.


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