Lakeside living never goes out of style in Edgewater.
The neighborhood draws residents with its spectacular lake views, large beaches, thriving theater scene and restaurants with cuisines from around the world. Edgewater also boasts its fair share of antique shops, cafes and parks.
Encompassing a number of neighborhoods between Uptown and Rogers Park, the neighborhood offers convenience and proximity to downtown Chicago and nearby Loyola University. The community is easily accessible by Lake Shore Drive and public transportation, including the CTA Red Line and Metra’s Union Pacific North Line.
Edgewater retains some of its early posh glamour with stately mansions, Neo-Gothic churches and the iconic 1920s pink Edgewater Beach Apartments. The Bryn Mawr Historic District features opulent mansions and vintage lamp posts. Edgewater housing choices also include high-rise condominiums, vintage three-flats, greystones and new-construction single-family homes.
Moderate housing prices along with proximity to public transportation and the lakefront make this area very attractive to people of all ages, income levels and backgrounds. Residents can enjoy the beach, the park, lively cafes, restaurants, antique shops and theatres. Edgewater also has a strong network of community-based organizations.
Blue line at Addison
Brown line at Damen
Purple line at Howard
Red line at Thorndale
Yellow line at Howard
Milwaukee District North line at Mayfair Metra
Union Pacific North line at Ravenswood Metra
Union Pacific Northwest line at Irving Park Metra
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