Along Lake Michigan approximately seven miles north of the Loop lies Edgewater, one of Chicago real estate’s most well-known neighborhoods. Edgewater is home to a pleasing amalgamation of housing choices and architectural styles including high-rise condominiums overlooking the lakeshore, as well as numerous multiple-unit residences and single-family homes with spacious floor plans and yards. Edgewater is a close-knit community with an active recreational scene of lakeshore activities, successful civic organizations and a vibrant restaurant, shopping and business scene. Its proximity to Wrigley Field also makes it a haven for many Cub fans.
Andersonville, located along North Clark Street, is now one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in Chicago. The community exudes an urban vitality and boasts amenities that include a host of unique, independent shops and restaurants such as Ann Sather, home of Chicago’s most famous cinnamon rolls. Especially noteworthy is the retail community along Clark Street, featuring an exciting admixture of independent merchants including eateries, fitness clubs, taverns, bookstores, antique shops, galleries and a wide range of other one-of-a-kind shopping experiences. Andersonville is also the location of Chicago’s Swedish-American Museum
Edgewater Glen, Lakewood - Balmoral and Magnolia Glen are largely traditional residential communities offering a selection of upscale homes, neat two-flats, vintage multi-unit buildings converted into condominiums and brick and frame single-family homes.