Featured Areas

There are so many incredible areas around the city worth mentioning. Take a look at some of our featured areas below. Click on the link to see listings in that area. 


So, what makes Chicago the country's Best Big City? There are so many reasons. It could be our welcoming and inclusive spirit, award-winning food scene, iconic attractions, or our vibrant neighborhoods, which offer something new to discover around every corner.

Near West

The western border is where the edge of the city meets the western suburbs of Oak Park and Cicero. These two suburbs border the communities of Austin, Lawndale, and Little Village. For those looking for a great suburban lifestyle, this is it!

South Loop

Set next to Museum Campus and including historic Printers Row, the large South Loop is a lively hub of classic bars and diverse restaurants, plus longtime clubs Jazz Showcase. Prairie Avenue Historic District is lined with 19th-century mansions

River North

River North is a lively neighborhood in the Near North Side. It boasts luxe shops and eateries, plus posh nightclubs and cocktail bars.Surrounding the Mart, artist's studios in converted warehouses and lofts form a hub that sustains the area's foremost art galleries.


Lakeview, also spelled Lake View, is one of the 77 areas of Chicago, Illinois, in the city's North Side. It is bordered by West Diversey Parkway on the south, West Irving Park Road on the north, North Ravenswood Avenue on the west, and the shore of Lake Michigan on the east.

West Loop

Inventive New American and global eateries line Restaurant Row, and the French Market food hall hosts local vendors. Pubs, bars, and live music venues dot the area, as do upscale boutiques, while Randolph Street Market sells vintage wares one weekend a month.

Logan Square

The leafy streets of Logan Square are lined with bungalows and regal Greystone buildings. North Milwaukee Avenue is the main commercial strip and features cool restaurants, cocktail bars and craft beer taverns. There are also quirky coffee shops and delis, as well as art galleries and music venues.

Hyde Park

Culturally diverse Hyde Park is home to the picturesque University of Chicago campus and the Frederick C. Robie House, a Frank Lloyd Wright work. Summer crowds head to 57th Street Beach, while the former Palace of the Fine Arts, which is now home to the Museum of Science and Industry.


The historic Bronzeville district is renowned as an early-20th-century African-American business and cultural hub, with famed residents like poet Gwendolyn Brooks honored with plaques on the Bronzeville Walk of Fame. The South Side Community Art Center hosts exhibitions by local artists.


Avondale is one of Chicago's 77 officially designated community areas. It is on the Northwest Side of the city. The northern border is Addison Street from the north branch of the Chicago River in the east to Pulaski Road in the west. This is a great family area if you're looking for an area that has diversity.

Gold Coast

The Gold Coast Historic District is a historic district in Chicago, Illinois. Part of Chicago's Near North Side community area, it is roughly bounded by North Avenue, Lake Shore Drive, Oak Street, and Clark Street. The Gold Coast neighborhood grew in the wake of the Great Chicago Fire.

Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park is a designated community area on the North Side of Chicago, Illinois. Lying to the west of Lincoln Park, Chicago's largest park, it is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Chicago. If you're looking for city living, but with surrounding nature, this is the place you need to see.

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