Chicago’s Logan Square Neighborhood is a large section stretching from Armitage to Belmont and Western to Pulaski. Logan Square is an older Chicago neighborhood named after the intersection of two major boulevards, Logan and Kedzie. The intersection known as “Logan Square” is marked by a large circular section of grass with a 70-foot tall marble column in the center. The monument was created by Henry Bacon, most well-known for his work designing the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C.
Logan Square is one of Chicago’s most rapidly gentrifying neighborhoods. The architecture of Logan Square real estate is varied with everything from greystones to Victorian mansions to newly constructed loft-style condo buildings. The vibe of Logan Square is trendy and the neighborhood is becoming a popular destination for many young artists and musicians.