where is logan square?

Asked by Melvin Seals, San Francisco, CA Fri May 11, 2007

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Joe Zekas, Other Pro, Chicago, IL
Tue Jun 26, 2007
The Wikipedia article referenced below is a decent introduction to Logan Square.

Belmont Gardens, mentioned in one answer, is west of Logan Square, not part of it. Palmer Square is one of the sub-neighborhoods of Logan Square.

It's important to note that the city's official boundaries for Logan Square don't correspond to what most people today consider the Logan Square neighborhood. It's generally considered the area west of the Kennedy from Fullerton (2400 N) to Diversey (2800 N) cenetered around the square itself, at Kedzie (3200 W).
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"Your Re/Max…, , South Suburbs
Sat May 19, 2007
Logan Square is located on the Northwest side of Chicago near Milwaukee & Kedzie area. It's surrounding area's are Avondale, Humbolt Park & Buck-Town. The home's in this area are vintage style older homes with a few condo conversions here & there. Very nice area.
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Howard Mandel…, , 60035
Sat May 19, 2007
It is an area (community) that is bounded by Diversey on the north, Bloomingdale on the south, Chicago River North Branch on the east, and Pulaski on the west. It consists of 3 neighborhoods: Logan Square, Belmont Gardens, and Bucktown.
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Megan, , San Francisco, CA
Fri May 11, 2007
it's in the northwest side of Chicago. Wikipedia seems to have some great background on the area (see link below).
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