Tri-Taylor has fought hard to preserve its old-world charm.
Located just west of Little Italy, Tri-Taylor sought and won historic landmark status as construction of the Illinois Medical District and Eisenhower Expressway closed in.
Named for its shape and the street that runs through it, the neighborhood is a testament to preservation. Its historic European-style homes and quiet charm continue to attract new residents.
A majority of the homes in Tri-Taylor have been awarded landmark status including 19th century row homes, two- and three-flats, single-family homes, larger vintage apartments and townhomes. The neighborhood’s housing options include new construction condominiums and rehabbed lofts.
Locals enjoy the legendary restaurants of Little Italy heading east on Taylor Street and the famed Greektown dining district along nearby Halsted Street.
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