Logan Square Homes For Sale in Chicago

Located on Chicago's northwest side, Logan Square is characterized by lush historic boulevards, greystone buildings and large bungalow homes. Today, this rapidly developing and trendy community is an ideal location for you to find your dream home. It also features a number of transit stations, offering convenient access to O'Hare International Airport and downtown Chicago at any time of day. Everyone in the Chicago real estate business knows that the value of Logan Square homes for sale are very strong.

Read more about Logan Square real estate and to get community information, or take a look at the current Logan Square homes for sale in our Chicago MLS® listings directly below.

Real Estate in Logan Square, Chicago

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Real Estate in Logan Square, Chicago

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2126 North Avers Avenue, CHICAGO

$499,000 - 8 Beds, 3 Baths

MLS® # 10156021

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2431 North Kedzie Boulevard #g, CHICAGO

$1,600 - 1 Beds, 1 Baths, 2,000 Sf

MLS® # 10155919

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2236 Western Avenue, CHICAGO

$498,888 - 1,080 Sf

MLS® # 10155811

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2846 North Elston Avenue, CHICAGO

$519,000 - 6 Beds

MLS® # 10155728

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2518 North Campbell Avenue #1, CHICAGO

$1,400 - 2 Beds, 1 Baths, 1,000 Sf

MLS® # 10155710

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2642 North Troy Street #2, CHICAGO

$399,000 - 3 Beds, 1 Baths

MLS® # 10155559

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3566 West Mclean Avenue, CHICAGO

$499,000 - 4 Beds, 4 Baths, 2,563 Sf

MLS® # 10155202

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2747 West Armitage Avenue #1f, CHICAGO

$1,400 - 1 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,000 Sf

MLS® # 10154964

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4001 West Armitage Avenue #c, CHICAGO

$2,200 - 2 Beds, 1 Baths, 1,200 Sf

MLS® # 10154946

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4001 West Armitage Avenue #b, CHICAGO

$2,000 - 2 Beds, 1 Baths, 1,000 Sf

MLS® # 10154924

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About Logan Square Real Estate

Like the well-preserved Irving Park to the north, Logan Square still boasts its fair share of characteristic turn-of-the-century style homes and beautiful brick apartment buildings.

Chicago's characteristic two-flat homes can be found throughout Logan Square, and on many properties wide prairie-style porches, bay windows, and cozy loft-spaces are still the order of the day.

Standing shoulder-to-shoulder with history, newly constructed units are bringing a clean and sleek aesthetic to Logan Square, further adding to its dynamic character.

Make sure to check out our Chicago building directory if you're looking for more information on condos for sale in Logan Square.

Logan Square Areas and Neighborhoods

Belmont Gardens - Located in the northwest portion of Logan Square, Belmont caps off the northernmost end of Milwaukee Avenue's "Polish Corridor". Developed later than most other areas in Logan Square, it still retains some of its blue collar character.

Bucktown - Logan Square's southeast side, bordering the Chicago River. Bucktown is mostly residential, featuring older single-family homes, as well as fashionable new developments and conversions. Bucktown also has great shopping and easy access to the scenic Bloomingdale Trail.

Kosciuszko Park - The "Land of Koz" can be found at the northwestern end of Logan Square. Despite the area being host to what remains of the city's Pulaski Industrial Corridor, it still boasts an abundance of green spaces. Now a diverse neighborhood, Kosciuszko park owes much of its character to its Polish heritage.

Logan Square (sub-community) - Located in the north central portion of the broader Logan Square community, this smaller neighborhood by the same is home to the area's centrepiece Logan Square monument. Historic mansions line the park-like streets which contribute more than 2 miles to Chicago's Emerald Necklace boulevard system.

Logan Square Area History

The Logan Square community area, Logan Square neighborhood, and the eponymous landmark itself, all owe their names to civil war general, senator, and almost vice president, John A. Logan.

In 1836, the land that was to become Logan Square was first claimed by New Yorker Martin Kimbell, with incorporation into the City of Chicago beginning in 1863. This process culminated in 1889, with the annexation of the Jefferson and Maplewood communities and the naming of Logan Square as a newly-minted community area.

Paved streets and transit lines followed shortly after, along with successive waves of Norwegian, Polish and Latin-American immigrants. And, after a post depression decline, the area began to revitalize in the 1960s.

In the 1980s, various artists and other trend-setters, lured by cheap rentals, began to settle in Logan Square. This turned Logan Square into the hive of cultural activity that it is today.

Logan Square Attractions and Landmarks

At the heart of Logan Square is... Logan Square. And at the heart of Logan Square's Logan Square is a 70-foot-tall marble column, the Illinois Centennial Monument, built to celebrate Illinois' statehood.

The Logan Square monument and green space also mark the northwestern end of Chicago's 28-mile system of park-lined boulevards, nominated for the National Register of Historic Places in 2011.

The Minnekirken, a historic Norwegian Lutheran Memorial Church sits across from Logan Square. This landmark is easy to spot with its tall central spire and striking white and red brick.

The Bloomingdale Trail, also known as the 606, was once a 2.7-mile (4.3 km) elevated railroad running along the southwest side of Logan Square community area. Converted into a community greenway in 2015, the 606 is punctuated by beautiful parks and convenient access points, all of which offer an amazing opportunity to enjoy the area by bike or foot.

For more information on Logan Square community area, real estate in Logan Square, or if you have any questions, please contact us. At reside360, we have professional real estate agents ready to help you.

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Listing information last updated on December 15th, 2018 at 12:06pm CST.

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