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    There are great neighborhoods that are just north, set and south of the loop, which is the name most commonly used refer to the downtown area of Chicago. In the loop, there are mainly high rise condos and apartments, so if you like that kind of living, there are many choices. Chicago is made up of a lot of great neighborhoods, all relatively close to downtown. Old Town, Wicker Park, Bucktown, Ukranian Village, Printer's Row are good neighborhoods to check out; Lakeview, Lincoln Park, Logan Square, Hyde Park are other good onesto check out. Good luck! over 6 years ago

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    New Eastside facing the park over 6 years ago

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    Just north of the city near convenient transportation, the lake and Lincoln Park I would say Old Town and Lincoln Park. over 6 years ago

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    How much do you want to spend and do you want to be close to the lake? There are several popular neighborhoods...I have never been a fan of downtown and in the midst of the skyscrapers as I feel there are much more quaint and unique areas to live. Old town and Lincoln Park are both good for trendy and near the lake but can be expensive. Buck town has been "up and coming" for quite some time and has a great central area for shopping and restaurants. Lots of byob! Lived in Chicago five years. Of course there are tons of places to live but those are my top picks and all are close to the el or highway. over 6 years ago

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    South loop over 6 years ago

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