Chicago - Logan Square
Originally named for John Alexander Logan, who fought in the Civil War and was later a United States Senator representing Illinois, the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago is known for its gourmet coffee, cocktail lounges, popular restaurants and tightknit community. The actual “square” comes together at the intersection of Kedzie and Logan Boulevard, where a circle interchange meets Milwaukee Avenue.
Housing options include stately mansions, greystones, bungalows and more. The rough boundaries of the neighborhood are Western Avenue on the east, Fullerton Avenue on the south, Pulaski Road on the west and Diversey Avenue on the north.
The CTA Blue Line serves the neighborhood. The Dan Ryan Expressway (I-94) runs directly through the neighborhood, allowing for easy access into and out of the city.