On the city's north side rests Logan Square, currently one of the city's most booming and evolving neighborhoods. A large part of this neighborhood's personality is attributed to the "local" aspect: a diverse selection of local restaurants, gourmet coffee shops, historic bars, unique cocktail lounges and eclectic boutiques.
Broad and leafy Logan Boulevard is as historic as it is impressive. Lined on either side by graystone mansions and churches it also hosts the Logan Square Farmer's market in Chicago's warmer months. Lesser known Palmer Square is where the locals go to picnic, walk their dogs and enjoy the greenery. At the epicenter of Logan Square is the Illinois Centennial Monument. Toopped by it's stately eagle, it stands tall over the neighborhood.
Elegant greystones, classic Chicago apartment buildings and large bungalows are sincere characteristics of Logan Square. In more recent times, the neighborhood is expanding to include new construction condo and apartment buildings. Renters and home owners alike will find plenty to choose from in this rapidly growing neighborhood.