Chicago Historic Landmark Districts
Lincoln Park’s Mid-North Historic District offers single family homes and condos.
This Holabird and Root building was owned by Colgate-Palmolive Peet Corporation, and was once known as the Playboy Building. Located at 159 E Walton, it’s across from the Drake Hotel, just steps from Michigan Avenue. Search
Printing House Row District
South Loop’s Printers Row Historic District offers condominiums and lofts. Search
Ukrainian Village District
Today, Ukrainian Village is one of Chicago’s hottest neighborhoods- attracting young people with the vibrant night life, hip restaurants, and close proximity to Chicago’s loop. Search
The Villa Historic District
One of Chicago’s treasures- located at Addison/Kennedy Expressway-all homes are on double lots. Boulevard Streets and a close-knit community mean homes don’t turn over very often. Search
NPS National Registry of Historic Places
National Register of Historic Places
Many of these large homes in Margate Park were built by the film stars of the 1920’s who worked at Esssanay Studios.
East Ravenswood-known for large homes on long/wide lots- it straddles Lakeview, Uptown, Lincoln Square and Edgewater neighborhoods. Search Map
The boulevards of Logan, Kedzie, and Palmer offer grand homes in the Prairie, Victorian, Romanesque, and Tudor Revival styles.