The 10 Best Neighborhoods or Suburb To Live In Chicago – Illinois – USA.
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Chicago, on Lake Michigan in Illinois, is among the largest cities in the U.S. Famed for its bold architecture, it has a skyline punctuated by skyscrapers.
The Magnificent Mile, Millennium Park and the Willis Tower may blow many visitors away, but for those who live in the Windy City, the landmarks often become second thoughts.
The summer’s festivals, fireworks and beach afternoons shift to ice skating, zoo lights and holiday cheer in the winter months –
with a diverse mix of a warming spring and a colorful fall in between. The expansive Museum Campus is second to none,
the beloved Cubbies never fail to entertain and the various festivals are seemingly never-ending.
A major perk for many living in Chicago is the ease of getting around without a car.
Parking and traffic in Chicago are usually difficult, so many residents opt out of car ownership.
The Chicago Transit Authority’s “L” trains travel north, south, east and west, and can get riders almost anywhere they need to go.
The CTA’s buses work in a similar fashion.
The Metra train system connects downtown Chicago with suburbs to the north, west and south, making it easy for those who opt to live outside the city proper to commute in.
Taxis and Ubers are also popular.
Many who aren’t taking the trains often choose to bike.
Cycling is easy in the Windy City, as most of the streets have bike lanes, and Divvy rental bike stations allow riders to get from place to place without their own set of wheels.
Popular for good reasons, these are the 10 best places to live in all of Chicago:
1. Lincoln Square.
3. Lincoln Park.
4. Edison Park.
5. Near South Side.
6. Hyde Park.
7. Wicker Park.
8. Portage Park.
10. Logan Square.
Which Chicago neighborhood do you live in? Share with us why you think it’s the best place to live in Chicago!
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