Despite being one of Chicago’s most rapidly gentrifying neighborhoods, historic Logan Square is best known for its famed boulevard system. Spacious, tree-lined thoroughfares encircle the city, connecting major public parks. These “Pedestrian Streets” zones establish Logan Square as one of Chicago’s best examples of pedestrian-oriented shopping districts. The prominent location enjoys significant exposure to the busy Milwaukee, Diversey, Kimball six-way intersection. The selection of restaurants gets better every year featuring everything from fast food to high-end dining. It’s no wonder Logan Square is on the grow with its striking architecture, its retail and dining scene, and itsgreat proximity to CTA buses and the Logan Square Blue Line station.