The Logan Square neighborhood is located on Chicago’s northwest side. It’s centered on its namesake public square.
Diversey on the north, Armitage on the south, Western to the east, and Pulaski on the west. The Metra, CTA Blue and Green Lines, and #56 and #76 buses all service Logan Square.
“The” Logan Square is a public greenspace at the junction of Milwaukee, Kedzie, and Logan Boulevard. The square boasts an impressive selection of restaurants and bars as well as music venues and coffee shops. Lula Café and Longman and Eagle, both on Kedzie, are especially popular for their innovative bar programs and farm-to-table food.
In operation since 1915, the Logan Theater is another local gem. This art-deco theater was recently restored and features a bar and lounge area.
A newer addition to the neighborhood is the 606 Trail, which opened in June 2015. The 606 is a 2.7-mile multi-use recreational trail and transportation corridor. It’s built on abandoned railway tracks, and it links four neighborhoods and six parks. It’s pretty cool.
Logan Square is experiencing rapid residential growth. There’s a lot of condo activity in the Milwaukee Avenue area.
In January 2017, single family home median listing price was $450,000. The median sale price for this same month was $400,000, and the median sale price per square foot was $251.
Thirty-five homes sold in Logan Square in January 2017. The average listing price for condos in Logan Square was around $240,000.
Logan Square has a walkability score of 88 and a bike score of 81. The neighborhood has a transit score of 68, but this improves with proximity to the square.
Schools in the neighborhood are rated 4/5 by local parents. Pulaski International School of Chicago (Preschool–8) is the highest rated school in Logan Square.