Logan Square is a community locality situated on the western part of Chicago. Proper Logan Square actually means the intersection of Kedzie Boulevard, Logan Boulevard and the Milwaukee Avenue-which is a three way intersection. The term Logan Square most often is used loosely to denote the residential areas inside the Logan Square community. The Logan Square community area is fringed by Bloomingdale Avenue in the South, Diversey Avenue in the North, the Northern branch of the Chicago River in the East and the Metra/Milwaukee District North Line Railroad on the West.
[...] Logan Square real estate is in high demand owing to the availability of all modern facilities such as schools, shops, churches and airport. The average per square foot price in the Logan Square is approximately $119 and the number of sales have increased year on year by approximately 27%. Pilsen Lower West Side, also known as Pilsen by the local residents of Chicago, is situated on the western part of Chicago, Illinois. During the latter part of the 19th century Pilsen was primarily inhabited by Czechs who had immigrated to America and named the place Plzeň, after the fourth largest city in the Czech Republic. [...]
[...] The place got its name after a group of real estate investors who named it after their company-The Ravenswood Land Company. The company had plans of attracting the wealthy lot from amongst the Chicago gentry and adding a railroad stop to further attract other wealthy families of the neighbourhood to invest in property in Ravenswood. The place has evolved and grown with time from farmland and forests to shops and modern facilities. Some of the grand homes of the bygone eras still stand proud and lend a distinct charm and aura to the place. [...]
[...] Incidentally it is worth noting that the O'Leary's Public House was named after the owner of the infamous cow that knowcked off the lantern that started the great Chicago fire of 1871. Considered to be the counterpart of Soho neighbourhood of New York, the River North area is one of the most sought after destinations for real estate buyers and investors. The modern, chic, trendy and artistic environment attracts a host of real estate enthusiasts. Ravenswood Ravenswood is located on the northern side of Chicago. [...]
[...] The price varies from location to location and also depending upon the kind of real estate that has been chosen. Normally the prices of homes for families would range between $ and $350,000. Pilsen, a neighbourhood in the lower western side of Chicago, is very similar to the Wild West despite the presence of a number of Mexican murals in the locality. It is only a few minutes away from the loop by train and is famed for historic architecture and art. [...]
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