Chicago Neighborhoods Map


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Chicago is a city of neighborhoods. It’s part of our character. Each neighborhood has it’s own personality, style and crowd. Sometimes the neighborhoods are viewed as a negative — segregating religions, races and socio-economic statuses. But when it comes down to it, from Uptown to Beverly to Humboldt Park, we all have a little something in common: we’re all Chicagoans. (And damn proud of it!)

Part of what goes along with the city’s many MANY neighborhoods is a lingering indecisiveness about the boundaries. We’ve made it simple for you here by outlining our featured neighborhoods, using the most widely accepted and best estimated boundaries we could create. We’ve also consolidated neighborhoods to make our maps easy to decipher — Sure, we know Sheffield Neighbors and Goose Island are technically separate neighborhoods from Lincoln Park, and that Buena Park and Uptown aren’t the same thing, but we’ve decided to simplify. Instead, we’ve created some of the best, clearest, and most colorful city maps around, which center around the most popular and largest neighborhoods of Chicago.

Keep an eye out for added neighborhoods and maps of all our UPchicago reviewed restaurants, bars, clubs, music venues, and theatres!



Check out all of UPchicago’s featured neighborhoods:

Downtown North Side Northwest Side South Side West Side
The Loop Andersonville Avondale Beverly Bucktown
Magnificent Mile Edgewater Ravenswood Hyde Park Humboldt Park
River East Gold Coast North Center Pilsen Logan Square
River North Lakeview Irving Park UIC/Tri-Taylor River West
South Loop Lincoln Park Roscoe Village Ukrainian Village
Streeterville Old Town/Near North Wicker Park
West Loop Uptown
Wrigleyville
Jackie Berkery

About Jackie Berkery

With a strong phobia of cubicles and those three little words (“nine to five”), I am thrilled to be working on UPchicago from the comforts of my own couch at three o’clock in the morning. I love to write. I love Chicago. Hello, dream job!

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