Old Town is a residential Chicago neighborhood located just north of The Gold Coast and South of Lincoln Park. Residents enjoy a peaceful environment while just being a few blocks away from all the action. Old Town is also famous for its annual Old Town Art Festival, which displays over 250 artists, bringing in thousands of Chicagoans to enjoy the displays.
Old Town is today considered a prosperous and historic neighborhood, home to many of Chicago’s older, Victorian-era buildings. Old Town offers a variety of bars, restaurants, and local shops. Just steps away from the Lincoln Park Zoo, and embraces the celebrated Second City Comedy Club and Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theater.
Old Town is easily reachable as it hosts the Red, Purple, and Brown Lines.
1444 North Orleans, also known as the Royalton Towers… More Details
Originally built in 2001, 1212 North Wells, also known… More Details
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1850 North Clark – The Hemingway House – overlooks… More Details
343 West Old Town Court is a mid-rise residence… More Details
A stone’s throw from Chicago’s Magnificant Mile, the condos… More Details
88 W Schiller – Lowell House was built in… More Details
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Eugenie Terrace Townhomes at 150 West Eugenie is all… More Details
1749 North Wells, also known as Kennelly Square, is… More Details
1560 N Sandburg Terrace – James House – is… More Details
1555 N Sandburg Terrace – Kilmer House – is… More Details
1636 North Wells is a classic full-amenity high-rise condo… More Details
1660 North LaSalle, a premier Old Town/Lincoln Park high-rise… More Details