Affordable walk-ups and high-rise condos with lake views.
While not quite as new or pricey as nearby downtown neighborhoods, Old Town certainly still has a prime real estate portfolio. A diverse selection of brick townhomes, single-family homes, and vintage walk-up apartment buildings line its charming streets, and condo units in high-rises that display sweeping lake views.
Charming backdrops and close proximity to the lakefront.
Simply meandering the streets enroute to the nearby lake can be a treat for Old Town residents and visitors, and its distinctive architecture is a natural draw for those who appreciate being surrounded by history. Many of the city’s oldest Victorian-era buildings, such as St. Michael’s Church, which survived the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, are still staples of the community.
- The Loop 20m by train, 17m by car
- Merchandise Mart 14m by train, 9m by car
- Union Station 20m by train, 16m by car
- Millennium Park 26m by train, 12m by car
- East to West Clark Street to Halsted Street
- North to South North Avenue to Division Street
- Nearby Neighborhoods Lincoln Park, Near North Side, Gold Coast, and Streeterville
Charming, Historic, Nightlife, Comedy Venues, Public Transit, Walker’s Paradise, Lakefront, Residential, Victorian-Era, Brownstones, Walk-Ups, Single-Family Homes, Condos.
A small community brimming with history and energy, from its brick alleyways to busy main strips.
With roots dating back to the mid-19th century, Old Town is historically “old,” but still young at heart. The community, just north of downtown, thrives on its myriad shops, restaurants, bars, and theaters; it’s easy to understand why people have decided to call it home for centuries.
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