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Old Town Chicago Neighborhood Map

Boutique · Neighborhood-feel · Luxury · Antique Charm



Old Town, nestled between Gold Coast and Lincoln Park, takes on these two neighborhoods' attributes and blends them seamlessly. The affluent nature of Gold Coast’s high rises merges with the tree-lined streets and boutiques of Lincoln Park.

Old Town is one of Chicago’s oldest neighborhoods and is steeped in history. Residents live primarily in townhomes, 3-flats, or single family homes. However, there have been multiple new construction high rises built in the last 5 years, including Old Town Park. Old Town’s connection to the loop is via the brown line at the Sedgwick stop.

On weekday mornings, Old Towners can be found sipping on espresso at Elaine’s Coffee Call or taking a look at the latest art pieces at the contemporary art studio. Weeknights in Old Town can be spent eating at Kamehachi, the self-proclaimed “first sushi restaurant in Chicago,” then catching a comedy act at Second City Theater.

Old Town is in fact, the first established neighborhood in Chicago outside of the city center. Originally it was called North Town when founded by German settlers in the 1850's.
Old Town is very central, and walkable. Just north of River North and east of Gold Coast. Welles Street is a destination for restaurants and nightlife.
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