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Our Neighborhoods

Reside Living has apartment communities across Chicago, ready for you to call home.  Explore the following neighborhoods and see what fits you best:


Andersonville / Edgewater


Andersonville/Edgewater has quickly become one of the North Side's most popular neighborhoods. Between its specialty bakeries, growing bar scene, and an array of boutiques, Andersonville is a great place to reside.  



Buena Park

Buena Park Neighborhood

Nestled along the lakefront just north of Lakeview is the Buena Park neighborhood, an excellent location for those who relish an active lifestyle merged with a quaint residential setting.  To see this neighborhood is right for you, check out:



Fulton Market

fulton market neighborhood

Fulton Market is one of Chicago's most sought-after neighborhoods.  Known for top-rated restaurants, trendy shops, and boutique hotels, native Chicagoans and tourists love exploring all there is to experience.  To see if living in this cultural destination is for you, check out:


Gold Coast

Gold Coast neighborhood

Just north of downtown Chicago, along the Lake Michigan shoreline, is the historic Gold Coast.  Residents of this neighborhood enjoy walking down streets lined with brownstone mansions, doing some high-end shopping, and dining at Michelin-starred restaurants.  Fall in love with the Gold Coast at:



Lakeview Neighborhood

Lakeview is one of Chicago's liveliest and most accessible neighborhoods. Several distinct areas — East Lakeview, Central Lakeview, Boystown, and Wrigleyville — meld together to form a lakefront community that celebrates diversity. Come reside with us at:



Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park neighborhood

Lincoln Park is a diverse art and entertainment destination with a plethora of museums, top theaters, and live music clubs. This neighborhood's namesake park contains 1,208 sprawling acres of green space with a free, year-round zoo, a nature museum, and a conservatory. Choose Lincoln Park and live at:



Logan Square

Logan Square neighborhood

In Logan Square, the strong neighborly connection is evident all around, "local" being the keyword when describing many aspects of the scene.  Logan Square residents enjoy local artisanal coffees, tap local craft brews, showcase local artists in their galleries, and promote local bands at street fests! At the heart of this community is the actual "square" in Logan Square at the intersection of Kedzie Avenue and Logan Boulevard.  See what all the buzz is about at:



Old Town

Old town Neighborhood

Due to its close proximity to the lake and downtown, Old Town is a neighborhood destination. Victorian-era buildings, brick alleyways, and narrow, tree-lined streets are charming backdrops to a busy main strip that runs along Wells Street between North Avenue and Division Street. Enjoy entertainment with The Second City and Zanies Comedy Club, indulge at family-owned restaurants, and meet friends out at seasoned taverns and new bars that keep Old Town young!  Choose Reside at:



River West

river west neighborhood

River West has undergone a rebirth over the past ten years. In the process, it's become an increasingly desirable location for people looking for peace and quiet, while still having access to the city. With quick access to the highway, the area has become a hot spot for those seeking travel to both the western suburbs and the downtown area while still enjoying the buzz of a big-city neighborhood.  Find your new home at:



Rogers Park

rogers park neighborhood

Spanning the lakefront from Devon Avenue to Howard Street, Rogers Park has the distinction of being the city's northernmost neighborhood. But easy accessibility by way of multiple train stops means that the unique dining, arts, culture, and entertainment found in Rogers Park are never too far away. There are plenty of galleries, quaint coffee shops, and late-night dive bars.  Ready to make a move, visit:



West Loop

West Loop neighborhood

One of Chicago's fastest-growing neighborhoods is the West Loop. The slew of new and popular restaurant openings has centered around Randolph Street and nearby Fulton Market, aptly named "Restaurant Row”. You can go from sushi bar to sports bar, bakery to a brewery, and wine tasting to taquería all within this stretch. Add an abundance of shopping and large employers and you have found your home.  Be sure to visit:



Wicker Park / Bucktown

Wicker Park and Bucktown Neighborhoods

One of Chicago's creative epicenters lies just northwest of downtown Chicago in Wicker Park and Bucktown. These sister neighborhoods are famous for boutique shopping, book stores, and countless art galleries. Looking to broaden your horizons, check out: