"Quiet Oasis in Lincoln Park"
This small tree-lined side street is pefectly located to take advantage of all that living in the city can offer. If you look out a window facing the park you can almost see the lake if it weren't for beautiful Lincoln Park in your way. There are a few small businesses (a dry cleaner, a White Hen) but it's mostly residential. Traffic is light. A short walk will get you to the Lakeview Ave bus line; I had a 15 minute commute to the Loop. The L is about a half mile up Diversey, but certainly walkable. You will never run out of options for lunch, from Chipotle to Middle Eastern to awesome buffalo wings, all within 10 minutes. Even in winter you'll never want to eat in. Nearby the intersection of Clark and Diversey offers a mall with shopping and a gym as well as cute boutique stores. The area is populated mostly by renters, young professionals, although there are a few established home owners and families in the area. It's not unusual to see a stroller, but generally not common either. I can't think of a negative thing to say about the neighborhood or the street. The prices are steep, but not unaffordable if you're working a salaried job in the Loop.