Chicago

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hicago is a world-class Midwestern city. It boasts a population of 9.5 million people within its metropolitan area, with just under 3 million residents living within the city boundaries. Chicago includes 77 community areas with over 100 distinct neighborhoods.

The City of Chicago is the definitive hub of the American heartland, recognized for its contributions to finance, technology and industry. It is home to O’Hare International Airport, the busiest airport in the world, and home to the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Chicago Board of Trade.

While famous as the home for vintage retail names like Sears and Walgreens, Chicago also contains the relocated corporate headquarters of Boeing and Miller-Coors. Today’s Chicago is also home to e-commerce companies and start-ups like Groupon, Orbitz, CareerBuilder and Feedburner.

Chicago’s economic strength owes some credit to its elaborate public transportation system, which connects its numerous urban communities and suburban cities by rail and bus. A network of multi-lane tollways encompass the city and its outlying suburbs. Chicago’s robust transportation routes contribute to its business and tourism appeal.

Living in Chicago provides access to scores of museums, historical sites and cultural opportunities. The city features over 200 theaters, nearly 200 art galleries, and over 7,300 restaurants. It has nearly 20 miles of lakefront bicycle paths, and 552 city parks.

With over 26 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, Chicago is a freshwater, coastal city with 15 miles of beaches. The skyline of Chicago along the shores of Lake Michigan is one of the most highly recognized urban landscapes in the world.

Chicago is host to many festivals and events throughout the year, including the Taste of Chicago, the Chicago Blues Festival, the Chicago Air and Water Show and the Chicago Jazz Festival. Numerous street festivals, art shows, community holiday events and ethnic celebrations give the city a friendly, global spirit.

For those who seek a lifestyle that offers luxury, convenience and the best of Chicago living, the communities of Andersonville, Lake View, Lincoln Park and the Gold Coast are excellent choices.

Andersonville is known for its historic commercial district and variety of unique specialty shops, restaurants, and service providers. Originally settled by Swedish immigrants, Andersonville retains the charm of its old-world heritage while offering the diversity of modern culture.

Lake View is lhome to the neighborhoods surrounding Wrigley Field, and is a popular choice for Chicago living. In 2013, Money Magazine named Lake View as #3 of its Top 10 Big-city neighborhoods in its selection of Best Places to Live. Lake View is notable for its plethora of hospitals and medical institutions, which contribute to the area's strong economy.

Lincoln Park is an upscale urban community known for its variety of national retails, boutiques, bookstores, restaurants and coffee shops. It is a popular night spot with many well-reputed clubs and taverns. Lincoln Park is home to DePaul University, and the area contains significant architectural history.

The Gold Coast is an affluent community that contains some of Chicago's most notable landmarks. It is home to Chicago's largest and most prestigious shopping district. The "Magnificent Mile" includes spectacular storefronts and about 3,100,00 square feet of retail space, restaurants and hotels.

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hicago is a world-class Midwestern city. It boasts a population of 9.5 million people within its metropolitan area, with just under 3 million residents living within the city boundaries. Chicago includes 77 community areas with over 100 distinct neighborhoods.

The City of Chicago is the definitive hub of the American heartland, recognized for its contributions to finance, technology and industry. It is home to O’Hare International Airport, the busiest airport in the world, and home to the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Chicago Board of Trade.

While famous as the home for vintage retail names like Sears and Walgreens, Chicago also contains the relocated corporate headquarters of Boeing and Miller-Coors. Today’s Chicago is also home to e-commerce companies and start-ups like Groupon, Orbitz, CareerBuilder and Feedburner.

Chicago’s economic strength owes some credit to its elaborate public transportation system, which connects its numerous urban communities and suburban cities by rail and bus. A network of multi-lane tollways encompass the city and its outlying suburbs. Chicago’s robust transportation routes contribute to its business and tourism appeal.

Living in Chicago provides access to scores of museums, historical sites and cultural opportunities. The city features over 200 theaters, nearly 200 art galleries, and over 7,300 restaurants. It has nearly 20 miles of lakefront bicycle paths, and 552 city parks.

With over 26 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, Chicago is a freshwater, coastal city with 15 miles of beaches. The skyline of Chicago along the shores of Lake Michigan is one of the most highly recognized urban landscapes in the world.

Chicago is host to many festivals and events throughout the year, including the Taste of Chicago, the Chicago Blues Festival, the Chicago Air and Water Show and the Chicago Jazz Festival. Numerous street festivals, art shows, community holiday events and ethnic celebrations give the city a friendly, global spirit.

For those who seek a lifestyle that offers luxury, convenience and the best of Chicago living, the communities of Andersonville, Lake View, Lincoln Park and the Gold Coast are excellent choices.

Andersonville

Andersonville is known for its historic commercial district and variety of unique specialty shops, restaurants, and service providers. Originally settled by Swedish immigrants, Andersonville retains the charm of its old-world heritage while offering the diversity of modern culture.

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Andersonville
Andersonville

Lake View

Lake View is home to the neighborhoods surrounding Wrigley Field, and is a popular choice for Chicago living. In 2013, Money Magazine named Lake View as #3 of its Top 10 Big-city neighborhoods in its selection of Best Places to Live. Lake View is notable for its plethora of hospitals and medical institutions, which contribute to the area's strong economy.

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Lake View
Lake View

Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park is an upscale urban community known for its variety of national retails, boutiques, bookstores, restaurants and coffee shops. It is a popular night spot with many well-reputed clubs and taverns. Lincoln Park is home to DePaul University, and the area contains significant architectural history.


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Lincoln Park
Lincoln Park

Gold Coast

The Gold Coast is an affluent community that contains some of Chicago's most notable landmarks. It is home to Chicago's largest and most prestigious shopping district. The "Magnificent Mile" includes spectacular storefronts and about 3,100,00 square feet of retail space, restaurants and hotels.


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Gold Coast
Gold Coast
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