Chicago’s Old Town neighborhood is squeezed between the edges of Lincoln Park, Goose Island, and the Gold Coast, about a mile north of The Loop.
This cozy neighborhood of tree-lined streets and old Victorian-era residential buildings oozes an old Chicago feel, from its well-heeled restaurants and taverns to its thriving theatre and performance scene. This affluent, historic neighborhood is notably home to one of only seven churches that survived the Great Chicago Fire, St. Michael’s Church.
The neighborhood is great for strolling around, one of the most dense and walkable in the city. Old Town is also home to a wide array of small independent boutiques, though you’ll also find familiar names and restaurants within its boundaries.
All of this adds up to what Realtor.com named the most coveted neighborhood in the country in 2013, as measured by internet searches by zip code.
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