Albany Park is located in Chicago's neighborhood and is actually considered one of the most diverse regions in the entire United States. The multicultural setting of Albany Park is filled with a unique blend of ethnic grocery stores, restaurants, and cafes, and because of this wide range of resident backgrounds, Albany Park’s population continues to rise on an annual basis.
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Albany Park Chicago real estate for sale remains one of Chicago’s most affordable neighborhoods, as its northwest location fails to generate as much popularity as many of lakefront locations within the Chicago city limits. With its boundaries between Montrose Avenue to the south, Foster Avenue to the North, Pulaski Road to the west and the Chicago River to the east, much of the real estate in Albany Park is similar to that of the surrounding neighborhoods of North Park, Budlong Woods, and Old Irving Park. Courtyard condos in Albany Park can start in the low to mid $100,000 range while a two or three-bedroom flat will typically sell for around $240,000. Some smaller new construction condominiums can be found in Albany Park, but buyers can generally expect to see more gut rehab projects to ensile the rich history Albany Park possesses.
Albany Park provides an array of indoor and outdoor playgrounds for the neighborhood youth to stretch their legs and unload all that extra energy. Eugene Field Park, located at 5100 N. Ridgeway Avenue, acts as an excellent child recreation center, complete with numerous community performing arts programs and organized sports options that include baseball, football, soccer, and tennis. Just down the street are several smaller outdoor parks that include Jensen Park, Ronan Park, Buckeye Playlot and the Kiwanis Playlot. When dining in Albany Park, be sure to check out the neighborhood staples of Noon-O-Kabab, a fabulous Persian-inspired restaurant with various authentic dishes, and the Kalbi Restaurant, a unique Japanese barbecue that contains some of the most mouthwatering Asian delicacies you’ll find in all of Chicago.
The CTA Brown Line “L” begins at Kimball and Lawrence, which provides easy access to just about any north side destination in Chicago. The Kedzie and Francisco Brown Line Stops are also situated on the southeast side of Albany Park while the major CTA bus routes include the 81, which travels east and west across Lawrence Avenue and the 82, which moves north and south down Kimball Avenue. Access to the Edens Expressways is also just a short westbound drive down Lawrence making Albany Park a popular choice for home buyers frequently commuting to the north shore suburbs. For more information about Albany Park Chicago real estate for sale, contact Ted Guarnero today at (844) SEE-CHICAGO.
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Listing information last updated on May 28th, 2017 at 7:06pm CDT.