Logan Square is one of the hottest neighborhoods in Chicago. Originally annexed into Chicago in 1889, Logan Square has gone through numerous transformations. What makes Logan Square unique is the incredible mix of small businesses along with a beautiful series of green spaces and boulevards. It all makes for a independent culture that allows for fantastic living at a more reasonable price. Just a couple miles from the central business district and bordering both Wicker Park and Lincoln Park, Logan Square is a great apartment options for those looking for a more independent and small business side of Chicago.
With a recent pop of new construction in the area, Logan Square offers a wide variety of living options from mid-rise apartment buildings to single family homes. This makes for a large price differences and finish choices.
Logan Square has easy access to both the central business district, other neighborhoods, and O'Hare Airport through both the numerous Blue Line stops (Logan, California, and Western) and bus lines.
Logan Square has an incredible mix of dining options. From Michelin starred Longman & Eagle to diner staple Johnny's Grill, the independence of Logan Square really shines through in its food. Jam, Reno, Cafe Con Leche, Belly Shack, and Lula Café are some of our favorite bunch/lunch options, and Buona Terra, 90 Miles, Irazu and the aforementioned Longman & Eagle being our favorite dinner options.
Just like the dining options, Logan Square covers any and all nightlife and entertainment options, particularly with regards to music. Hit up the Whirlaway for an unassuming jukebox kind of night, Bob Inn for an old school sports bar, or The Mutiny for a classic dive. From blues to jazz to international acts, the vintage stages of Logan Square have once again become a hotpost for live music.