The Logan Square community consists of five neighborhoods: Logan Square, Belmont Gardens, Bucktown, Koscuisko Park, and Palmer Square. Located 5 miles northwest of Chicago's Loop, Logan Square is home to predominately Hispanic and Eastern European communities, mostly of Puerto Rican, Cuban, Mexican, Polish, or Norwegian descents. The area's tree-lined historical boulevards, stately greystones, and large bungalow-style homes characterize Logan Square. The majority of residents of this community live in rental flats and apartments, yet some upper-middle-class professionals can be found owning houses along the boulevards or townhouses in gentrifying Bucktown. The median household income in 2012 was $49,610 and a great one-bedroom apartment can easily be found for less than $1,500 per month.
Named after an American soldier and political leader, General John A. Logan, Logan Square is a historical neighborhood that stems from settlements originating in 1836. The…
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