The Grand Boulevard community has undergone a revival. Restoration efforts have focused on the area’s rich history that includes the bustling hub of Bronzeville, a cultural mecca that many of Chicago’s notable artists called home.
Businesses have begun to move back to the area, and there is an array of housing options including newly built condominiums, townhomes, and single-family residences along with renovated greystones. The neighborhood is also home to historic landmarks that offer guided tours and provide further insight into the area’s unique history.
Residents and visitors enjoy the sprawling 366-acre Washington Park with walking trails and a community garden. Talented musicians abound at any one of Bronzeville’s jazz lounges, while restaurants feature delicious bites. The revitalized boulevard from which the area takes its name is now known as Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, and many of the neighborhood’s businesses are centered around this main throughfare that continues to grow.
Just five miles south of Chicago’s Loop, Grand Boulevard’s location further enhances its appeal.
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